The Image Processing Division of Bundito Heavy Industries reports success in analyzing the first batch of Propaganda tiles.
Terminal output attached as proof of life.
I’ve crunched through all 19 (or is it 18.5?) volumes of the Propaganda tiles and stored all the color information in a SQLite database. I’ve got the three most-prominent colors in each image extracted and filed away. There are a total of 1,047 tiles, by the way.
The next trick will be matching that color data to a color chosen by a user. Since it’s unlikely that the user choice will hit an exact match, I need to find colors that are close to the user’s picked color. Finding colors that are close isn’t a straightforward endeavor. There’s going to be more math tomorrow. Lots more math.
In the mean time, I got feedback on some bug fixes I’d submitted for KDE. Henrik has more guidance and specific methods he’d like me to employ. More learning!