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Art A Survey of Color for Computer Graphics
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A survey of color disciplines and technologies relevant to computer graphics: color vision and perception, physical and symbolic models for representing color, algorithms for rendering colored objects and images, tools for design and selection of color, monitors, scanners, and printers. This tutorial was designed for attendees who want an introduction to color in computer graphics and for those who are knowledgeable in some aspects of color but want to get a broader view of the field.

Prerequisites
Basic scientific and mathematical presentation (simple graphs, diagrams and equations).

Topics
Color perception, representation, reproduction, management, rendering, selection, and design.

Organizer/Lecturer
Maureen Stone
StoneSoup Consulting
 

 

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