On 2015-11-03 01:38:31, Nathaniel Smith email@example.com wrote:
I just released version 1.0.0 of colorspacious, a library for converting between colorspaces in Python, and thought that scikit-image might be interested. This is the library that we used to design viridis and several other new colormaps, and it includes common well-known colorspaces (sRGB, LAB, XYZ, xyY) along with several more sophisticated models for estimating perceptual correlates (CIECAM02), estimating perceptual similarity (CAM02-UCS), and simulating colorblindness, all wrapped up in a very easy-to-use interface. (There's basically just one function.)
Do you think it would make sense to turn colorspacious into a dependency and rely on it for our existing conversions? Are there any speed implications?