GUSTS Thu, Jan 10, 2013
Speaking of LAB, in a graphic design studio I worked at for about 4 years, we had a few of the Macs and printers set up to the LAB color system. Produced some wonky drop shadows.

Has anybody heard of research linking females of species evolving to have 4 cones to see RGB and Y light? Definitely for other animals this is already a reality (bees is the first example off the top of my head) but what about Human females?

Maybe in the digital age where we can reproduce the variety of colors in the color spectrum with advancing technology humans can evolve to have cones to see the other pieces or the entire spectrum of light.