python-colormath 2.1.0 released
Sunday, January 11 2015
python-colormath 2.1.0 has
landed, bringing with it some excellent new features and bug fixes.
See the release notes
for a more detailed look at the changes.
The headlining feature is the replacement of our hardcoded conversion tables with
NetworkX-based resolution of color conversions (courtesy, Michael Mauderer).
Color Appearance Models and IPT round out the rest of the new features.
The easiest way to get python-colormath is through pip/easy_install:
pip install colormath
Alternatively, grab it from PyPi.
If you get stuck, create an issue in the
and we can figure it out.
python-colormath 2.0 released!
Saturday, May 03 2014
python-colormath was started
back in 2008, when I was an undergraduate at Clemson University (Go Tigers!).
While there are a good number of people out there making use of the module
effectively, there were a lot of things I wanted to do differently in an
eventual 2.0 release. There ... read more
python-colormath 1.0.6 Released
Tuesday, March 23 2010
Thanks to liushie, a math domain error was caught in the CIE1994 and CMC
color difference methods. This only manifested itself for certain CIELab
values, and went unnoticed as a result of this. The problems have been
corrected and released as 1.0.6.
Please see the project page for ... read more
Lack of an open X-Rite i1 (Eye-One) SDK
Friday, July 25 2008
After doing a lot of work with the X-Rite (formerly Gretagmacbeth) i1
(Eye-One) Pro SDK, I’ve started running into strange little quirks with
their close-sourced libraries. The documentation is decent, but severely
lacking in crucial areas such as code examples. Several of the functions
are vaguely defined with no ... read more
Color Error Threshold Calculator (pt. 2)
Wednesday, March 05 2008
As promised, I’ve got an update about the Color Error Threshold
Calculator. The utility is now in good enough shape to be posted along
with the article about it that I recently finished for our TAGA
chapter at Clemson.
For those that have no earthly idea what this is ... read more
Bruce Lindbloom and Color
Thursday, February 07 2008
Color Science is a complex topic that can be hard to find documentation
for without purchasing books. For those on a budget, Wikipedia and
Google can turn up some useful information, but there are often glaring
omissions, inaccuracies, or questions left un-answered.
Luckily, Bruce Lindbloom has compiled an excellent website ... read more
Color Error Threshold Calculator
Sunday, February 03 2008
In preparation for inclusion in a Clemson GC project, I’ve brought my
Color Error Threshold Calculator over to the new site. This, like my
site, will be made available under the GPL once I have a chance to clean
it up a little bit. More on this later, but ... read more