Chroma

[ballet] Chroma is a one act contemporary ballet, created by Wayne McGregor for the Royal Ballet. The ballet received its premiere at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, on 17 November 2006. The ballet is performed to a combination of original music by Joby Talbot and arrangements of music by Jack White of the White Stripes, with orchestr
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chroma

colour
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Chroma

Strength of a colour as compared to how close it seems to neutral grey. Also called depth, intensity, purity and saturation.
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Chroma

See Hue.
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Chroma

The quality of a colour that is the combination of hue and brightness. In the Munsell system of colour notation, chroma indicates the purity of a colour as measured along an axis; the farther from the axis, the purer the colour.
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chroma

The relative purity or saturation of a colour, intensity of distinctive hue as related to grayness, one of the three variables of colour. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Chroma

A measurement of color. The degree of saturation of a hue. A color at its full intensity has maximum chroma.
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Chroma

The purity or degree of saturation of a color; relative absence of white or gray in a color
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chroma

chromaticness, colourfulness, of an area judged as a proportion of the brightness of a similarly illuminated area that appears white or highly transmitting NOTE - For given viewing conditions and at luminance levels within the range of photopic vision, a colour stimulus perceived as a related colour, of a given chromaticity and from a surface havin
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Chroma

The purity or degree of saturation of a color; relative absence of white or gray in a color.
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CHROMA

The relative intensity or purity of a hue when compared to grayness or lack of hue.
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chroma

See intensity.cinematography The art and technique of making motion pictures, especially the work done by motion picture camera operators.
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CHROMA

The relative intensity or purity of a hue when compared to grayness or lack of hue.
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Chroma

The element in color that indicates its degree of saturation.
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Chroma

[album] Chroma is Cartel`s first full length album. In its first week of release it sold over 3,000 copies becoming record label The Militia Group`s most successful new artist release. The hit single Honestly launched the album to the charts including the #1 debut on Soundscan`s Alternative New Artist Charts. The album also made it to the t
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Chroma

[comics] Chroma is a fictional character that first appeared in Infinity, Inc. #14 (1985) as an unknown cosmic entity. ==Fictional character biography== Chroma interrupts a televised concert with a song about apacolyptic events. The song, though talking about death, somehow proves so enganging, many people desire to hear it again and again.
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Chroma

The colour of an image element or pixel. A chroma is made up of saturation plus the hue values, but is separate from the luminance value.
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Chroma

Chroma is an ability of a permanent or spell that checks for specific mana symbols of cards in specific zones. When a card with chroma is played, it will indicate a specified effect or characteristic defining ability and repeat it for every color symbol in the checked zone. Chroma was first introduced in Eventide, though a card from Future Sight, P
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Chroma

The purity or degree of saturation of a color; relative absence of white or gray in a color.
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