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RE: RE: Ot Color


If you go to the Pantone site, you can have a look at the products they
offer to calibrate your monitor to show the Pantone colors. Direct link to
products is http://tinyurl.com/4b82x, and then look at calibration devices.

The Pantone colors are widely used in printing and other industries where
colors are important, i.e., they set the standard. I don't know how they
compare with the colors in the color sets mentioned in other threads and
messages, and though your monitor might be calibrated for a certain color
set, it does not mean that mine is calibrated to any set. Each monitor
renders colors a bit differently, and each video chip set does also. Then,
of course, you have an individual's perception of color to deal with as well
<g>.

\\Steve//

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-iris@hort.net [mailto:owner-iris@hort.net]On Behalf Of LOIS
COOK
Sent: Friday, January 21, 2005 4:17 PM
To: iris@hort.net
Subject: [iris] RE: Ot Color


I am wondering why there has not been some
one interested in working with computers on color.  If you go to the paint
store with a piece of material, paper (wall) etc. they have a machine that
can match the color you are looking for and also tell them what "colors" to
mix together to produce that exact color in paint.  Somewhere, someone is
missing the opportunity to adapt this technology to identifying and
analizing flowers.    Yes?
Lois Cook in Northern California with bloom stalks on several iris (?)

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