Hi guys its Carlos,
another thing I would like advise is a good color identifier app.
I saw color eye I believe its Called and another is color id free.
and I know there are others.
I'm looking for one that could tell me among other things when a light on a charging devise changes color from red to green or from red to turning off meaning its done charging.
When I looked at color id it specificly mention it could do something like that.
Also if it is good for color recognition such as of clothing etc.
Well thanks for the feed back.
By carlos, 31 December, 2014
iOS and iPadOS
Hi guys its Carlos,
My personal favorite for clothing is Tap Tap See! It identifies color, item, and often manufacturer if it reads tag..
For Example; You have a gray zipper hoodie by Express. It can get that detailed without a lot of camera manipulation!
I never thought about taptapsee,
I did not think it would describe colors
My experience is that there *is* no truly accurate iDevice color identification app. There are many reasons for this, among which are (1) except for primary colors, i.e., those reflecting only one small range of light wavelengths, color perception is quite subjective (this is especially true for colors composed of several primary colors); (2) what colors machines (or people even) perceive depend upon the ambient lighting environment (is it truly white light or does the light source have a particular color); (3) people often perceive colors differently depending upon the background objects are viewed against -- machines don't handle this well.
Best bet is to fall back upon the tride-and-true human reader.
color identifaction apps
yes but I hear that might be some that handle colors better than others.
Just like you can buyb color identifyers for $199.00 or so at these blindness stores and they might not do a better job than an app.
There are two great podcasts to listen to. I one I have right now is colored eye. It was free and works well. Color ID doesn't work nearly as well. But check out the podcasts.
Hi what are the names of the pod casts,
and do you have the links or can you tell me where I can find them?
My experience with color identifiers has been similar to yours, Carlos. One thing it may help you do is differentiate between two long-sleeved shirts, for instance, that are of exactly the same model, cloth, sleeve length, etc., one blue and one green. Only, it might say "light green with a tendency towards green" for one and "dark green with a tendency toward blue" on the other. It's up to you to remember that there is one green and one blue, and whether that first one might or might not be the true blue... Not ideal, but it might help you out in a pinch if you've had someone identify the green and you immediately try the color id on it, then follow the same steps with the second shirt.
Here is the text of a post that I contributed about three days ago for another similar forum topic.
Some that tend to receive fairly good reviews are:
Color Reader's Voice
There is no "perfect" app.
Seeing Assistant Home is the best I know
Seeing Assistant Home is so far the best color recognition app I have tried. Just be sure to try shaking the device to switch the flash light and check whether it improves the recognition. In my case it did, Even in day light, I have found the flash light enabled recognizing colors much better. It reports only basic colors like red, green, aqua or mixed, but it's doing its job even when using it while scanning straight in my dresser, also letting me to differentiate between green and blue shirt.
I've been using this one
Examine Clothes Color
It's supposed to be for clothing and works pretty well, but I've been using it for curtains and furniture wile redecorating a room, for example. Don't want to mix brown and black...