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Deborah T. Joy , Gitika Kaur, Aarti Chugh, Shalini B. Bajaj
Humans see the world in colors. When it comes to the aspect of just looking, all it does is please the eyes but when it comes to questioning its make, it becomes a challenge. It is much easier to be served the values without the tedious task of finding a person who understands colors. This paper proposes the idea of teaching a computer to detect and define a color well enough to have useful applications. The detection algorithm proposed uses the advantage of the camera and fed in data to detect even the color based on RGB values. The algorithm involved calls on a function that runs loops on readjusting the distance based on a nearest match. This effortlessly helps define a color based on the RGB color space with a peaking accuracy.
Student, Department of Computer Science & Engineering, Amity University Haryana, Gurgaon, India (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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