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How to calculate mix of 4 colors defined in CIELAB L*a*b* model?
I have 4 colors that I converted from RGB to CIELAB L*a*b* model. How can I calculate mix of these 4 colors when I have
for each such color? How can I ...
Jun 26 '12 at 17:32
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