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Library for handling color spaces in Go
Colorful is a library for handling color spaces in Go by implementing the color.Color interface. Colorful stores colors in RGB and provides methods from converting these to various color spaces. Currently supported colorspaces are:
RGB: All three of Red, Green and Blue in [0..1]. HSL: Hue in [0..360], Saturation and Luminance in [0..1]. HSV: Hue in [0..360], Saturation and Value in [0..1]. Hex RGB: The "internet" color format, as in #FF00FF. Linear RGB (read about Gamma-Correct Rendering). CIE-XYZ: CIE's standard color space, almost in [0..1]. CIE-xyY: encodes chromacity in x and y and luminance in Y, all in [0..1] CIE-L*a*b*: Perceptually uniform. L* in [0..1] and a*, b* almost in [-1..1]. CIE-L*u*v*: Very similar to CIE-L*a*b*. CIE-L*C*h° (HCL): CIE-L*a*b* space in polar coordinates.
For the colorspaces where it makes sense (XYZ, Lab, Luv, HCl), the D65 is used as reference white by default but methods for using your own reference white are provided.