We know from after images that violet-yellow, blue-orange and green-magenta are perceptual complementaries.
When I am designing I would like a hue wheel that reflects these perceptual complementaries. So yellow would be at 90° (instead of 60°) opposite violet at 270°. And when a field of orange at 50% opacity is layered over blue the product would be grey.
Is this possible? I have tried changing colour modes in photoshop but the Hue slider/wheel always seems to be the same. Do I need to change the working space? If so what do I need to change it to?
Just to be clear this isn't a question about the differences between rgb and cmyk. I would like to have a hue wheel that represents the perceptual complementaries and for blend modes to work based on perceptual complenetaries.