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Neon is a striking medium that is becoming more popular in galleries, exhibitions and online. It is neon-colored or -shaped glass tubing filled with inert gases under low pressure. Neon can be made by applying electricity to an inert gas until it becomes ionized and glows with visible light.
When neon is lighted, it glows with a purplish-blue color due to the alternation of excited and ground states of neon. Neon fluorescence can be distinguished from incandescence by the fact that fluorescence is not extinguished by the passage of time. Neon is not a true gas; it forms a stable molecular bond with air at ambient temperature and pressure. It is possible to smell neon because of its characteristic odor, particularly in areas near industrial production centres.
1.In order to create the perfect neon studio, you must know how everything works. Neon is an inert gas, so it will not react with anything under normal conditions. However, the colour of an object that reflects light emitting from a neon tube can be influenced by other factors. The color of the object and the way it is lit and displayed may detract from or enhance the neon.
2.Color perception is the result of a person’s physiology interacting with the environment. The eye is only one component of the total colour-perception process, which involves light from the object entering the eye and stimulating cells inside it, thus creating a neural message. That message must then be decoded and interpreted by the brain to form a color perception that is meaningful to us as humans. This process varies from person to person, as our perceptions are subjective.
3.Neon actually does not emit a color by itself. It appears to be a bright orange or red when it is hot, but in its “cold” state, neon is transparent. It only appears red because of the way it interacts with the human eye and brain. Colour perception depends on many factors like how one has adapted to light levels, how long it has been since one had some food in their system, whether they have recently taken a psychoactive drug, etc.
4. The colour of objects depends on the colors that are reflected from them and the color of the light. The human brain can interpret this information and make a distinction between colors. For example, the same-colored neon tube will appear red or orange when it glows in a yellow room but appear purple when it glows in a blue room. In both instances, light reflects off the object, enters the eye and stimulates cells inside it to form a neural message that is ultimately decoded by the brain as color.
5. A neon studio should be installed in an area where there is enough space for everything to fit properly and be positioned correctly. Always remember to measure your neon sign and make sure that it fits where you want it to be. If you have a neon sign that is too large, then you may need to cut it down. For this reason, it is important to take accurate measurements of your space before you buy your neon sign. Lightbulbs and electrical cords should also be taken into consideration.
After reading about Neon Studio and its history, it’s really amazing to know the journey of how these artists represent the art of neon in their work. Space and location of how to focus the beam is important. To me, among these five steps given above by Lampart magazine, I find the first step that is “Create Your Own Neon Studio” as the most important in order to create eye-catching neon art.