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Posted 17 Sep 2008

Generating a Website Color Scheme from an Image

, 17 Sep 2008 CPOL
How can a color scheme be extracted from an image? The problem with determining a color scheme is that there are too many colors in the image, yet the algorithm to convert the image must find a set of colors that most accurately represents the original. Atalasoft provides the code right here.

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Lou Franco
Atalasoft, Inc.
United States United States
Lou Franco is the Director of Engineering at Atalasoft, provider of the leading .NET Imaging SDK (DotImage) and the Document Viewer for SharePoint (Vizit).

http://atalasoft.com/products/dotimage
http://vizitsp.com

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