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Aurora - Unified lighting effects across multiple brands and various games.

  •    CSharp

Project Aurora is a utility that unifies RGB lighting devices across different brands and enables them to work alongside each other, all while adding and improving RGB lighting support for various games that previous had none or little RGB lighting support. Aurora is mainly written in C#, but has C++ components to implement native support for other games.

one-color - An OO-based JavaScript color parser/computation toolkit with support for RGB, HSV, HSL, CMYK, and alpha channels

  •    Javascript

Javascript color object with implicit color space conversions. Supports RGB, HSV, HSL and CMYK with alpha channel.

ansi.js - Advanced ANSI formatting tool for Node.js

  •    Javascript

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KeyboardVisualizer - Razer Chroma, Corsair RGB, and other RGB peripherals spectrograph visualizer for Windows and Linux

  •    C++

You must have the Microsoft Visual C++ 2015 32-bit redistributable package installed to run this program (Windows). To build this project in Linux, install QT Creator and libopenal-dev, libhidapi-dev and open/build the .pro file.




color-convert - Plain color conversion functions in JavaScript

  •    Javascript

Simply get the property of the from and to conversion that you're looking for. All functions have a rounded and unrounded variant. By default, return values are rounded. To get the unrounded (raw) results, simply tack on .raw to the function.


nice-color-palettes - nice colour palettes as JSON

  •    Javascript

A JSON of the top color palettes on ColourLovers.com, as RGB hex strings.Install with npm as a local dependency (for API) or global (for CLI).

three-png-stream - streams ThreeJS render target pixel data

  •    Javascript

Streams a PNG encoded pixels from a ThreeJS WebGLRenderTarget. This is done in chunks of gl.readPixels, using gl-pixel-stream, and works with render targets upwards of 10000x10000 pixels in Chrome (or more, depending on your GPU).The following transparent PNG image was generated with ThreeJS on the client side using the example/ code. See Running from Source for details.

colornames - Map color names to HEX color values

  •    Javascript

Get HEX code for a color name, or undefined if unknown.All known data about color, including whether valid VGA or CSS color name.

glsl-hsv2rgb - Fast GLSL conversion from HSV color to RGB

  •    C

Fast conversion from HSV color to RGB – published to npm for use with glslify, originally sourced from this post written by Sam Hocevar.All of the values should range between 0 and 1. Returns the calculated RGB value as a vec3.

ansi-regex - Regular expression for matching ANSI escape codes

  •    Javascript

Some of the codes we run as a test are codes that we acquired finding various lists of non-standard or manufacturer specific codes. We test for both standard and non-standard codes, as most of them follow the same or similar format and can be safely matched in strings without the risk of removing actual string content. There are a few non-standard control codes that do not follow the traditional format (i.e. they end in numbers) thus forcing us to exclude them from the test because we cannot reliably match them.On the historical side, those ECMA standards were established in the early 90's whereas the VT100, for example, was designed in the mid/late 70's. At that point in time, control codes were still pretty ungoverned and engineers used them for a multitude of things, namely to activate hardware ports that may have been proprietary. Somewhere else you see a similar 'anarchy' of codes is in the x86 architecture for processors; there are a ton of "interrupts" that can mean different things on certain brands of processors, most of which have been phased out.