Japanese Designers Develop Unnamed Paints to Help Children Learn Colors Differently

A design duo in Japan by the names of Ayami Moteki and Yusuke Imai just developed a set up unnamed paints that can change the way children learn in terms of color. Without using names of colors, they developed a white tube of paint with an “equation” which shows primary colors and the appropriate proportions. The equations used on the tubes of paint help kids comprehend basic concepts in color theory and they learn how to create and combine different colors.

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