DigitalColor Meter

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DigitalColor Meter
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DigitalColor Meter 5.1 running on OS X Yosemite
Developer(s) Apple Inc.
Stable release 5.1 / October 16, 2014; 34 days ago (2014-10-16)[1]
Operating system OS X
Type Utility
License Proprietary
Website www.apple.com/osx/apps/

DigitalColor Meter is a utility for measuring and displaying the colour values of pixels displayed on the screen of a Macintosh computer.

The utility presents a "window" onto the screen which includes a cursor which by default is 1 × 1 pixel in size. The colour displayed in that pixel is shown as a colour value which may be represented as decimal or hexadecimal RGB triplets, CIE 1931, CIE 1976 or CIELAB triplets or a Tristimulus triplet.

The displayed colour could be copied either as a solid colour or as the colour value which represents it, to be used in other applications (for instance an RGB triplet may be used in a colour specification to be used on a World Wide Web page).

  1. ^ "OS X 10.10 Yosemite release date". Retrieved 16 November 2014.