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It seems to me that the "easiest" way to produce a certain 3-D color would just to be to have a light with extremely narrow range of wavelength, and produce it in a section of the response function that is exclusive to one of each of the cones. Is this practice used in practice or would it be impractical to believe that such a light exists?

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