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IMPROVED COLOR CREATION USING THE XEROX 6500

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000022954D
Original Publication Date: 1976-May-31
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2004-Mar-27
Document File: 2 page(s) / 166K

Publishing Venue

Xerox Disclosure Journal

Abstract

Cyan, magenta and yellow may be mixed in varying proportions to produce almost all colors, It is also possible to pro- duce almost all colors by forming patterns containing an appropriate distribution of cyan, magenta and yellow dots. Such a dot pattern may be prepared on either an opaque or transparency material and while actually comprising dots of cyan, magenta and yellow would when viewed at normal dis~- tance give the desired overall color, A dot pattern of cyan, magenta and yellow is reproducible on the Xerox 6500, This allows the improved and faIthful reproduction of such colors as pink, brown and orange in a manner that is better than when a solid area of these colors is copied. Sheets having the dot pattern in various colors may be used to construct reproducible graphic materials such as charts and graphs in a wide variety of colors,

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XEROX DISCLOSURE JOURNAL

IMPROVED COLOR CREATION Proposed Classification
USING THE XEROX 6500 tJ,5. Cl~ 96/1,2
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Cyan, magenta and yellow may be mixed in varying proportions
to produce almost all colors, It is also possible to pro-
duce almost all colors by forming patterns containing an
appropriate distribution of cyan, magenta and yellow dots.
Such a dot pattern may be prepared on either an opaque or
transparency material and while actually comprising dots of
cyan, magenta and yellow would when viewed at normal dis~-
tance give the desired overall color, A dot pattern of cyan,
magenta and yellow is reproducible on the Xerox 6500, This
allows the improved and faIthful reproduction of such colors
as pink, brown and orange in a manner that is better than
when a solid area of these colors is copied. Sheets having
the dot pattern in various colors may be used to construct
reproducible graphic materials such as charts and graphs in
a wide variety of colors,

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12 XEROX DISCLOSURE JOURNAL

Volume 1 Number 5 May 1976

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