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Human interaction and carrier of feelings among humans are accomplished mainly through five senses, such as touch, smell, taste, audio, and visual. Considering visual sense, colors in images and videos are important gradients in day-to-day life. It can elevate/depress mood of a person. Different colors are useful to encourage a certain emotion such as energetic, aggressive, calmness, happiness, sadness, anger, fear. For visual experience, one of the important aspects is known to be color. In this paper, the important aspect is covered, that is, preferences of color that change according to culture, gender, age, fields, etc. Also, we tried to provide how colors are affecting visual aesthetic sense.

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Asarkar, S.V., Phatak, M.V. (2020). Effects of Color on Visual Aesthetics Sense. In: Bhalla, S., Kwan, P., Bedekar, M., Phalnikar, R., Sirsikar, S. (eds) Proceeding of International Conference on Computational Science and Applications. Algorithms for Intelligent Systems. Springer, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-15-0790-8_19

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