We successfully chained together the building blocks from the previous experiments in sets of two (STT + Synesketch, Synesketch + Chromatik).
Unfortunately Chromatik’s colour search is restricted to 12 predefined hues and grey scale colours with 7 different combinations of saturation and brightness; using Synesketch colour palettes directly is impossible. Promising solutions:
manually construct different colour palettes that are subsets of Chromatik’s colours and approximate the originals, or
infer the “nearest” colour from Chromatik’s colour set from arbitrary colours.
Requires a suitable metric for colour proximity.
Currently there’s a custom algorithm to distinguish greys and Chromatik’s 12 hues, and to round to the nearest colour bin based on distance in the saturation and brightness space.
Result sets shrink rapidly with each additional searched colour, unless their weight is small (<10% with 3 colours).
Use experimental code to write reusable programming interface for a Chromatik connector.