use RGB2HSI; # this may die on input higher than 1 my ($h, $s, $i) = rgb2hsi( 0.704, 0.187, 0.896 ) # $h is between 0 and 360 # $s is saturation between 0 and 1 # $i is intensity between 0 and 1
Convert RGB colors float (0..1) to HSI using this method:
Suppose R, G, and B are the red, green, and blue values of a color. The HSI intensity is given by the equation
I = (R + G + B)/3.
Now let m be the minimum value among R, G, and B. The HSI saturation value of a color is given by the equation
S = 1 - m/I if I > 0, or S = 0 if I = 0
You can use IUP::ColorDlg to convert RGB to HSI (HEX too) but it's too big to install if you only need RGB2HSI !
RGB2HSI - Convert RGB color to HSI (hue saturation intensity) color-space
Renato Cron <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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