Archive for November 1st, 2007
Written by Stephan Shankland
For a computer, dealing with color is just another math problem. And Microsoft wants to change the way your PC counts.
The company has developed a color space–a way to encode colors as numbers a computer can process–called scRGB. If the company succeeds in getting it to catch on, the technology could help add depth and richness to photos taken with digital cameras and viewed on a computer or TV screen.
I wouldn’t be surprised to hear that the crack Adobe legal team is called on for a “save” on this one. Seems Boston.com hasn’t gotten the memo to refrain from using the term “Photoshop®” as a verb.