21: A Field Guide to Digital Color



Monday, Half Day
8:30 am – 12:15 pm
River Room 001

A survey of color disciplines relevant to computer graphics, from color vision to color design, that provides a clear overview of the world of digital color, plus pointers to in-depth references on a wide range of color topics.

Prerequisites
This course should be accessible to all SIGGRAPH attendees who understand basic scientific and mathematical presentation (simple graphs, diagrams, and equations).

Topics
Color vision and perception, color image reproduction, color modeling and rendering, and tools for design and selection of colors in various applications, followed by real-world examples from Rhythm & Hues of these topics applied to the design of visual effects and computer animation.

Organizers/Lecturers
Maureen Stone
StoneSoup Consulting

Pauline Ts'o
Rhythm & Hues


Schedule


Module 1: Modeling, Perceiving and Reproducing Color
8:30 Vision and Appearance
Stone
9:15 Color Reproduction and Management
Stone
9:45 Color Models: Natural and Simulated
Stone
10:15 Break
Module 2: Color in Graphics and Design
10:30 Color in Graphics Systems
Stone
10:45 Color Selection and Design
Stone
11:15 Color at Rhythm & Hues
Ts'o




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