Create colour spaces

Description

These functions specify colour spaces for use in convertColor.

Usage

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make.rgb(red, green, blue, name = NULL, white = "D65",
         gamma = 2.2)

colorConverter(toXYZ, fromXYZ, name, white = NULL)

Arguments

red,green,blue

Chromaticity (xy or xyY) of RGB primaries

name

Name for the colour space

white

Character string specifying the reference white (see ‘Details’.)

gamma

Display gamma (nonlinearity). A positive number or the string "sRGB"

fromXYZ

Function to convert from XYZ tristimulus coordinates to this space

toXYZ

Function to convert from this space to XYZ tristimulus coordinates.

Details

An RGB colour space is defined by the chromaticities of the red, green and blue primaries. These are given as vectors of length 2 or 3 in xyY coordinates (the Y component is not used and may be omitted). The chromaticities are defined relative to a reference white, which must be one of the CIE standard illuminants: "A", "B", "C", "D50", "D55", "D60", "E" (usually "D65").

The display gamma is most commonly 2.2, though 1.8 is used for Apple RGB. The sRGB standard specifies a more complicated function that is close to a gamma of 2.2; gamma = "sRGB" uses this function.

Colour spaces other than RGB can be specified directly by giving conversions to and from XYZ tristimulus coordinates. The functions should take two arguments. The first is a vector giving the coordinates for one colour. The second argument is the reference white. If a specific reference white is included in the definition of the colour space (as for the RGB spaces) this second argument should be ignored and may be ....

Value

An object of class colorConverter

References

Conversion algorithms from http://www.brucelindbloom.com.

See Also

convertColor

Examples

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(pal <- make.rgb(red =   c(0.6400, 0.3300),
                 green = c(0.2900, 0.6000),
                 blue =  c(0.1500, 0.0600),
                 name = "PAL/SECAM RGB"))

## converter for sRGB in #rrggbb format
hexcolor <- colorConverter(toXYZ = function(hex, ...) {
                            rgb <- t(col2rgb(hex))/255
                            colorspaces$sRGB$toXYZ(rgb, ...) },
                           fromXYZ = function(xyz, ...) {
                              rgb <- colorspaces$sRGB$fromXYZ(xyz, ..)
                              rgb <- round(rgb, 5)
                              if (min(rgb) < 0 || max(rgb) > 1)
                                   as.character(NA)
                              else rgb(rgb[1], rgb[2], rgb[3])},
                           white = "D65", name = "#rrggbb")

(cols <- t(col2rgb(palette())))
zapsmall(luv <- convertColor(cols, from = "sRGB", to = "Luv", scale.in = 255))
(hex <- convertColor(luv, from = "Luv",  to = hexcolor, scale.out = NULL))

## must make hex a matrix before using it
(cc <- round(convertColor(as.matrix(hex), from = hexcolor, to = "sRGB",
                          scale.in = NULL, scale.out = 255)))
stopifnot(cc == cols)

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