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Issue No.01 - January/February (2009 vol.29)
pp: 42-55
Margarita Bratkova , University of Utah
Solomon Boulos , Stanford University
Peter Shirley , Nvidia
ABSTRACT
Designed for computer graphics, oRGB is a new color model based on opponent color theory. It works well for both HSV-style color selection and computational applications such as color transfer. oRGB also enables new applications such as a quantitative cool-to-warm metric, intuitive color manipulation and variations, and simple gamut mapping.
INDEX TERMS
color models, color processing, opponent color theory, computer graphics
CITATION
Margarita Bratkova, Solomon Boulos, Peter Shirley, "oRGB: A Practical Opponent Color Space for Computer Graphics", IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, vol.29, no. 1, pp. 42-55, January/February 2009, doi:10.1109/MCG.2009.13
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