This is a software tool to aid designers in their color choices for site-specific projects. Images are fed into a program that generates an array of color palettes based on the image’s pixel color distributions. The array of color palettes is organized as follows: the top two rows display the full spectrum of RGB colors from the image arranged according to the legend {{(Gy, R), (Gy, G), (Gy, B)}, {(G, R), (B, G), (R, B)}}. The bottom row consists of three pixel color heat maps to accompany the palettes directly above them. Photos shown were taken in the Carlsbad Caverns, NM, Big Sur, Point Lobos, and Joshua Tree, CA.
Written in the Processing language.

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