Drawing from all data found, this new theory visually summarizes visually the effects and psychology of colour and offer the information in a single glimpse. The principles of colour effects used above have been studied and applied in the past decades in the interiors of hospitals and schools for the well-being of occupants, but most of all, in the private sector in factories and offices for efficiency and cost saving reasons.
The above images show an example of how the use of colours in populations and individuals can be mapped. In this study, quantification and combination becomes more meaningful than merely qualifying the properties of single colours.
All matter is made of atoms. Every atom vibrates and emits a frequency. Matter manifests itself through variations in its vibration and radiates energy. Since all materials have immaterial properties, they interfere with our own energy and affect our body.
Colours are only possible through light. Light is an energy that travels through both air and vacuum as a continuous electromagnetic waves. Wavelengths are measured in nanometers, each of which is one billionth of a meter. Visible light is between 400 and 700 nanometers. The sensory perception of colour is mostly subjective since it is filtered and interpreted by the complex processing of our brain.
When we choose our outfits, we coordinate several material elements to complement our body and construct our images. On another level, we create our own environment unaware of that we are manipulating the energy field that will emanate from us and interfere with our own body.
Through a better understanding of how the properties of materials affect us, we could produce more appropriate designs to nurture our health.