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In The Mod by Dr. WooHoo!

08.21.08   |   Posted in: Tech   |   By: Andrea Tumino
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Dr. WooHoo! brings you, In The Mod, an application that will help you create brand new color palettes, keeping the creative juices flowing, rather than coming to a halt. “When I first began the quest to find beautiful color palettes, one of the original objectives was to capture colors as quickly as possible so as not to disrupt the fleeting creative process. One day I was in my office inspired by the colors of my red t-shirt and smoky gray pants and I wanted to capture them right away and begin to design with them without having to take a picture, transfer it to my hard drive, ahhhh! lol. With the ITM: WebCam Edition, you can capture the colors from your web cam images directly into this app, visualize and then extract 1-1000s of colors, and save them to Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator CS3 or as an XML file for Processing.” says Dr. WooHoo!

The other two editions, Flickr Edition and Your Images Edition, are just as simple as the WebCam Edition. Search Flickr or drag-n-drop an image from your computer and click a button and the colors are saved to Illustrator, Photoshop or as an XML file for Processing. How’s that for super efficient color mixing and creating?

4 Responses to “In The Mod by Dr. WooHoo!”

  1. jamie Says:

    this is cool, but also sort of a waste of funny.

    in photoshop the same effect can be had. go to ‘save for web’ the look at the ‘color table’ and it will put all the colors used in the image, you can save them from there (by clicking the arrow to the right). you may not get as many as this, but it’s plenty–and you save the cash that this program would cost. little know photoshop feature but highly worthwhile.

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  3. jeff Says:

    “this is cool, but also sort of a waste of funny.

    in photoshop the same effect can be had. go to ’save for web’ the look at the ‘color table’ and it will put all the colors used in the image, you can save them from there (by clicking the arrow to the right). you may not get as many as this, but it’s plenty–and you save the cash that this program would cost. little know photoshop feature but highly worthwhile.”

    Oh, that is very interesting. I did not know you can also sort colors in Illustrator or Photoshop based on how frequent they appear in the image, hue, saturation or brightness.

  4. FIDELIA Says:

    I’ve happened to be seeking all above for all of this post. Thankfully my partner and i seen it in Msn.

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