Re: scanners to measure colour
Stafford Swain <sswain@...>
An interesting series of questions. When the CNR color study got done in the early 1990s we never found anything truly useful in this area (for example the Pantone Guide that I bought for $75 wasn't close to precise enough).toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Therefore the fall-back was taking the official paint sample chip to the paint store for its computer-mix (sometimes several times) and then having some good quality eyeballs belonging to several different bi-peds checking the result under good outdoor light.
The quarts of paint that represented the outcome have been used to make many samples on masonite (that have been well-distributed) and still are essentially full.
A group of CPR SIG types are developing a project to identify CPR paint
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