harlequin color

harlequin color

[här′lək(w)in]
Etymology: It, arlecchino, goblin; L, color, hue
a temporary flushing of the skin on one lower side of the body with pallor on the other side. Commonly seen in normal young infants, it disappears as the child matures.
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PPG has selected Flex's proprietary ChromaFlair(R) light interference pigment as the key ingredient in its new family of car paints called the Harlequin Color Collection.
Optional "In-RIP" color process control with Harlequin Color Production Solutions, available since 1995;
PPG, the world's leading maker of automotive and industrial coatings, has rolled out the Harlequin Color Collection, a line of 12-color shifting finishes for customizing cars and light trucks.
0 is an open standard RIP software that allows input from third-party software, such as Seiko ColorPoint drivers which are based on Harlequin Color Proofing (HCP).
a leading developer of digital printing technology, today announced an agreement with ECRM which enables the ECRM RIP to connect to Shinko's ColorStream II DPS, a raster-based, color dye-sublimation proofer with Harlequin Color Proofing (HCP).
a leading developer of digital printing technology, today announced the ColorStream II DPS Digital Proofer with support for Harlequin Color Proofing (HCP), from Harlequin, Inc.
announced that its strategic partnership with Harlequin announced earlier this year has resulted in the Harlequin Color Proofing (HCP) system, an advanced color proofing solution that easily integrates into filmless, digital prepress and printing workflows.
The new RIP architecture, the Harlequin Color Proofing (HCP) system, is designed for digital color proofers and uses the same architecture found in many of today's worldwide imagesetters.
0 with sophisticated vignette detection abilities; and to enable the Harlequin Color Management System (HCMS) to distinguish between different page elements such as logos and images and apply different color reproduction preferences to each.