Brandr Open Sourced

I have no reason to call this “intellectual property” anymore. I have released the code that drives this cool little demo: http://landr.co/brandr/ This project was about 2 weeks of coding, testing, and understanding—having late nights, and a lot of white-boarding to figure out the best way to extract colors from brands. Notice, I say “brands”. It’s not just colors from an image, it’s the human interpretation of a gestalt; and that’s why it is a tough problem. Click on the title above, or here for the Github repo.