I notice (and this also applies to @kinestheticlearning's project below) that while I see browns and yellows, I don't see the blues that are, to me, the most vivid color when I watch an actual disk in the flesh. Wikipedia says that old-fashioned televisions work better than computer monitors, but nothing is as good as watching face-to-(so to speak)-face.
P.S. It seems that once, before they invented color TV (yes, whippersnappers, I remember when color TV was invented), some station broadcast a spinning Benham disk, and people started calling up to say that their TV was broken. Or, I guess, they thought it was a field upgrade, like in a Tesla.