color model


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color model

[′kəl·ər ‚mäd·əl]
(graphic arts)
Any method of representing colors for printing or electronic display.

color model

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Tenders are invited for Cable Organiser Spiral Sleeve Pvc White Color Model 2696A Of Size 22Mm.
Face Detection by Using Skin Color Model Based on One Class Classifier.
It will also be available in a fresh coat of paint with the white color model ((http://cnet3.
17 ( ANI ): Google, which made its wearable eye device Google Glass available online in the United States Tuesday for just one day, sold out the white, or 'Cotton' color model, becoming the star seller.
His methodology tends toward generative systems, as in his "Chronochromes" series, 2009--(to be prominently featured at MIT), in which the calendar is tied to the turn-of-the-century numerical color model of Albert H.
Barnes & Noble introduced a color version of its Nook reader--the first color model from a leading vendor--while Amazon debuted a third-generation Kindle.
The new color model will provide enhanced graphics, allowing for greater resolution on the screen, and a visual reference for the applications where color is needed or desired.
For those who want a single-color bulb, (for instance, as a soothing night light in the nursery) the Party Bulb is also available in a static color model, available in blue, red, green and amber.
Two levels of Allen-Bradley touchscreen controls are offered for the R Series--a basic monochrome version to control up to four compressors in one or two circuits, and a more advanced color model that can also control cooling-tower fans and pumps, as well as chemical water-treatment pumps.
A SVGA color model is planned for pilot production in the fourth quarter.
The orginal Brass'n Color Model 637 was designed to replace institutional overbed lights.
itSeez3D provides a fast and easy way to capture a very realistic color model of a human body.