Very cool. What future plans are there for this work?
Hello Kyle. Thanks for your comment and for your interest. I'm currently paused with this project due to other priorities, but I'd love to expand it. I think that the next thing I wanna do is to upload more useful functions to the WFR. During the WSS people talked a lot about you because of my Accessibility interest. My mentor tried to schedule I meeting between us but I think it was not possible.
SymbolNameTranslate...Thank you! Would you be interested in figuring out how to support Braille displays/readers?
ColorSearch and NearestColorName ... could be useful for blind folks to pic a color based on color adjectives/nouns. Thank you! Perhaps you can create a function given a traditional color name used by artists, returns a list containing a color sample, its RGB, etc....
Hello Andrew. Thanks for comment and for your interest.
I didn't have thought about support for Braille displays/readers for the SymbolNameTranslate function, mainly because I still do not have experience with the subject, but I definitely would like to implement it. It's very nice to know that I can be improving the accessibility for some users with these functions.
I really hope that ColorSearch and NearestColorName can be useful for the blind users as well.
I think that the idea of generating a color sample for colors used by artists also is interesting, I just do not have sure if I understood your idea completely. It also is possible to use the ColorSearch function to return a set of colors related to a set of words (in the documentation I give an example of how to do that); I don't know if your idea for the artistic colors sample would be some thing in that line.
Hi. I just would to share with you the functions that I uploaded to the Wolfram Function Repository some time after the WSS' end.
Here they are:
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