Colour 0.3.3 is available!
The most notable features are:
New chromatic adaptation models:
Corresponding chromaticities with figures
Over 50 new light sources relative spectral power distributions
Whiteness computation with the following methods:
Ganz and Griesser (1979)
Luminous Flux computation
IES TM-27-14 spectral data files I/O
IPT colourspace model computations
Colour Quality Scale computation and figures
Reflectance recovery using Smits (1999) method
Bibliography using APA 6 citation style
A lot of object names have been changed, especially the ones featuring an author name that are now partially title-cased. Please take a look at the releases page for exact details.
Michael and myself won't have too much time in the coming weeks, thus the project may look slightly stalled. Still, we have started working toward the next major milestone which will be centered around code optimisation and vectorisation. The initial results are exciting with computations speed being over 95 times faster on average!