Allows you to take a picture with a camera and automatically pick up close colors from color model’s
Contains three color model catalogs
* Caparol 3D sistem plus
Performs automatic calibration of color and brightness in each image due to a photo of samples of white, grey and black.
Performs an analysis of possible glare on a sample of colors.
Result for two clicks.
The main form allows:
Select loading of snapshot taken previously with any equipment from the folder "/ sdcard / DCIM / Camera"
Select picture by camera
Select option settings
The options allow:
Select the size of the picture window, which will be used to average the color.
Select a color model
If one color is selected, then show the three most appropriate colors of the selected model.
When selecting "All color models", then show one color from each color model.
Always show the RGB graph of a black, grey and white color sample.
If a possible flare is detected, show the RGB graph of a black, grey and white color sample.
Ideally, the graph should represent the coincident lines of red, green and blue colors from the lower left corner (black), through the center of the graph (grey) to the upper right corner (white)
Really it is not.
The reasons for the deviation are as follows:
Glare on samples of color - will distort your color.
Insufficient illumination - will lead to distortion of dark colors.
Lighting (daylight, fluorescent lamps, incandescent lamps) - will be eliminated by a balance of white, grey and black.
Wrong white balance of the phone camera - can lead distortion of color on the cheap camera models.
It is recommended to enable this option.
Selecting a picture with a camera
To take a photo, you will need to print a photo of the color samples from the WBG_samples.jpg file on digital printing machines on matte paper. http://i.piccy.info/i9/f6f00b5bbe028d1681a249e0d1d17bd6/1500288871/
Apply the sample on the surface of the color of interest so that the white color is at the top.
Set up the camera so that there are samples of color on the left, and the colors of interest are on the right. Once color samples are recognized, the program will apply the RGB image of the color samples.
If you get enough smooth RGB lines, click the "Take a photo" button or the "Volume down" key. Averaging windows will appear in four colors (white, grey, black and your color). If everything is OK, press the "O'k" button or the "Volume down" key and get the color options, otherwise press the "Abort" button or the "Volume Up" key or the "Hardware Back" key.
If the program does not manage to place the color averaging windows, it will prompt you to select them manually. Use the prompt to select colors.
The color options contain the following text:
Name of the color model.
Name of the color
To save the screen, you can make a ScreenShot.