The Color Hue Test
I could not lose this color challenge. I believe I did achieve a win. As they say, you can run, but hue can’t hide.
I wish I could see where it was that it went wrong, to see how my eyes deceived me. When you look at or work with something for so long, sometimes it is best to let it sit for a while and get outside inspiration. If I had to do it again, I would walk away and return later, as my eyes are seeing spots and all of the colors began to look the same.
A Journey Back In Time: The Color Composition
Welcome back to the 1960s. We haven’t made it to the moon yet. T.V. dinners are all the rage. Color television is becoming a household affair. Rob Petrie is still commuting from New Rochelle. And nothing says a night in like sitting in front of the tube turning the dial to see what was on. Lucky for you today, you caught Walt Disney’s “Wonderful World of Color,” a spectacular program broadcast in Technicolor! Jump in front of the TV set, turn it on and use the sliders to adjust the hue and saturation, while the brightness flashes on the screen. It’ll be a gas!
Song Credit: Wonderful World of Color, music and lyrics by Robert & Richard Sherman, The Walt Disney Company
Code Credit: Inspired by two examples of Moon’s code, I was able to bring them both together and change it around for this particular application.