Color Communication by Computer Set for Beta Testing

Don't get your hopes up too high (remember the ColorMaster and GemSet?), but Gem e-Wizard Inc., a developer of gemstone color software, is working with the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) on adapting a custom color communication module that might be used in GIA's colored stone grading classes. Gem e-Wizard plans to have the software module beta-tested at GIA later this year. As with past color communication systems, the user compares the actual gemstone to comparison gemstones—only this time, the comparison gems are images on a standard 15-in. LCD computer monitor. Every hue is recreated in six color tones, with each of those appearing in six levels of saturation. Each is retrievable in 15 polished gemstone shapes. One of the many advantages of color communication by computer is that users can communicate color by e-mail. Alternatively, if the individuals with whom they are
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