“Resolution” in music theory means the chord progression by the transition from dissonance to consonance for providing more profound satisfaction to listeners than consonant chord only. The authors have investigated similar effects in temporal color transitions as an analogy of musical perception’s effect. In Part (1), the authors used various display patterns of three-colors combinations, measured the score of the color consonance with a sensory test, and revealed conditions where the “resolution” effect is enhanced. In Part (2), the authors focus on the conditions of gaze control. The fixation point appears as a small white dot on the black screen, and the observers are advised to fix their gaze onto the point. The white dot continues to appear while the observers watch the color arrangements and the transition. The experimental results suggest that the “resolution” effect appears more clearly when the color arrangements are captured in peripheral visual fields.