CMY to UVW(cieuvw,cie1964) Converter - Color Space Converter

CMY color space introduction

Also known as the CMY color space.There are 3 channels in total, cyan,commonly referred to as c,range from 0 to 100.magenta,commonly referred to as m,range from 0 to 100.yellow,commonly referred to as y,range from 0 to 100.
Source: CMY is based on the subtractive properties of color related to printing. It takes into account the ink or dye absorbing certain wavelengths of light from white light, thereby displaying color.
Primary name: CMY, which includes the Cyan, Magenta, and Yellow color channels.
Usage: Although CMY is not as commonly used in professional printing as CMYK, it is useful in understanding the basics of color mixing and printing. CMY color mode can also be found in certain digital art and design software.
Additionally, it's important to note that, in contrast to the RGB color space, CMY and RGB are complementary. Theoretically, Cyan (C) is the complement of Red (R), Magenta (M) is the complement of Green (G), and Yellow (Y) is the complement of Blue (B). Thus, CMY and RGB can be converted through corresponding relationships.

UVW(cieuvw,cie1964) color space introduction

Also known as the UVW(cieuvw,cie1964) color space.There are 3 channels in total,U,range from -134 to 224.V,range from -140 to 122.W,range from 0 to 100.
Developed by the CIE in 1964 as an improvement over the CIE 1960 UCS for better perceptual uniformity across different hues and lightness levels.
It is known as the CIE 1964 (U^*, V^*, W^*) color space, and commonly abbreviated as CIE UVW.
The color in the CIE UVW space is represented by three coordinates: (U^*), (V^*), and (W^*). These are calculated from the XYZ coordinates with a series of transformations intended to achieve a more uniform color space, taking into account the luminance factor.
The CIE UVW color space is used in specialized applications that require a uniform measure of color differences, such as in colorimetry research and the development of color standards.
The CIE UVW color space is less commonly used in practical applications today, having been largely replaced by more advanced color spaces like CIELAB and CIELUV, which offer better perceptual uniformity.

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