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Thread: Chroma - a laser color blender

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    Where can I get this? I don't see a link

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    The word "here" is linked in the original post, but since the theme of the boards changed links are the same color as normal text, which makes them very hard to see. I'll update the post.

    Here's the link again anyway:
    http://blue.orgchem.kth.se/Chroma/distrib/

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    Chroma.exe doesn't run and the other file is 256mb big...
    DL - Viper 75mW - Green (532nm)
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    Yes, look at the installation instructions in the first post.

    The server is very fast though; I download the file in just 40 seconds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lamborgini8 View Post
    Chroma.exe doesn't run and the other file is 256mb big...
    If it doesn't run you need the big file as it contains the Matlab software re distributable needed to run it.

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    doc here at pl suggested the croma also zoof suggested it at the harlem meet and i just want to say that is really awesome. thanks tocket you with out a doubt Mr Color at PL

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    I'm glad to see my program come to use.

    I have done some thinking about the algorithms used and so far I can only come to the conclusion that they are good the way they are. It uses more recent color matching functions than many professional applications, so it should be quite accurate unless I made an error in the implementation.

    As for being Mr Color... well, I do work with dyes in real life, so that may be an accurate description.

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    The download link is broken

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    Fixed. Stupid kernel updates sometimes disable httpd on my workstation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tocket View Post
    Yes, look at the installation instructions in the first post.

    The server is very fast though; I download the file in just 40 seconds.
    smokin' along at 51.2 KB/sec...

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