A way of describing color. (i.e. CMYK, HSB, PMS and RGB)
A color model is a standard code of colors used by graphics and printing professionals to represent the same colors that we see in the real world. The RGB (Red-Green-Blue) and CMYK (Cyan-Magenta-Yellow-Black) are two of the most popular color models used for onscreen and printed images. Hemera uses the LAB color model to process raw digital files.
A means of specifying color numerically, usually in terms of varying amounts of primary colors. Examples include RGB, CMYK, and CIELAB.
A system used to reproduce a wide range of colors using some sort of primary color system. Some common color models include RGB, CMYK, Hexachrome, and Lab. Different color models are used for different purposes; for example, the CMYK model is used to reproduce color on a printing press, and the RGB model is used to simulate colors on a computer model or TV screen.
a parametric procedure for describing and classifying colors. Most color models employ three parameters; for example, RGB color model employs three primary colors (red, green, and blue) while HSB color model employs three fundamental characteristics of the human perception of color (hue, saturation, and brightness). Note that color model itself does not define any particular color unless the reference values of the color space are supplied; as a consequence, a number of color spaces could be built using the same color model. computing & web
A model for describing the characteristics of a color sensor.
The set of rules for manipulating color values in a processing system. IVL can be described as using an RGBA color model since it is based on processing pixel values with red, green, blue, and alpha components.
a method of describing color
an abstract mathematical model describing the way colors can be represented as tuples of numbers, typically as three or four values or color components (e
A system of classifying individual colors. CMYK is the color model used in printing. RGB is the color model used in TV sets and computer monitors. HSL, HSB, HSV, and LCH are color models that describe how we perceive color.
Also referred to as color space. A color model is a geometric or mathematical representation of visible colors. Well-known color models include, CMYK, RGB and HLS (hue, lightness, saturation).
mathematical approach of describing a color Detailed description
A scientific set of rules and definitions used to give a consistent language to people who need to define and describe color when communicating with one another. Examples of some color models are: RGB, HSB, CIE-Lab, CMYK.
Way of categorizing and describing the infinite array of colors found in nature.
A numeric or alphabetical description of colors. Examples: red, green, blue (RGB); color tone, brightness, saturation (HLS); cyan, magenta, yellow, black (CMYK); Brightness, a, b (Lab), Pantone.
System for creating, defining, or describing colors; commonly used color models are CMYK and RGB.
A mechanism that allows you to set colors using parameters. the Desktop provides four models in the Color Chooser Window for creating or modifying colors. See also CMY, HLS, RGB, and Grayscale.
The dimensional coordinate system used to describe colors numerically. Some models include Red, Green, Blue (RGB); Hue, Lightness, Saturation (HLS); Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black ( CMYK); and Lightness, a, b (Lab).
Any of several means of specifying colors according to their individual components. See RGB, YUV.
How you describe a color. Imagine trying to explain "red" to a blind person. You can't, without a prearranged "language." Color models are those languages. See CMYK, HSB, PMS and RGB.