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[JAVA2D] Color mixing algorithms

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Anonymous

Hi there,

Sorry, this is slightly off-topic as it's not Java2D specific...
Does anyone now of a good book\web resource that details color mixing
algorithms.

Thanks

Jon
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Chet Haase

Jon,

Good starting points for color include the standard graphics
texts, such as Foley/vanDam/Feiner/Hughes. You might also check
out Glassner's "Principles of Realistic Image Synthesis" tomes
(probably more in-depth color info in the Glassner book since
Foley/vanDam is more of a survey of all graphics technology).

These books are not about color specifically, but they do brush
upon the subject with helpful references.

Chet.

Jon Seanor wrote:

> Hi there,
>
> Sorry, this is slightly off-topic as it's not Java2D specific...
> Does anyone now of a good book\web resource that details color mixing
> algorithms.
>
>
> Thanks
>
> Jon
> Visit our website at http://www.rm.com
>
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