Color-Logic Donates Touch7 Photo Software to Ryerson University
Written June 13, 2019
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Ryerson Graphic Communications Management Assistant Professor Christopher Smyth also commented on the donation: "Color-Logic's generous support provides Ryerson students with an excellent opportunity to develop hands-on knowledge and creativity with extended color gamut projects. Touch7 has a clear, user-friendly interface which, together with the ability to adjust and custom the results, makes it an excellent approach to projects using fixed ink sets."
Color-Logic Chief Technical Officer Richard Ainge — Co-Founder of Color-Logic and Developer of Touch7 — also commenting on the donation, said, "Touch7 Photo ECG software enables graphic designers and prepress personnel to incorporate Extended Color Gamut ink sets into their images with a single mouse click within Adobe Photoshop. Unlike other Extended Color Gamut systems that use destination/press profiles to separate images, the Touch7 Photo ECG plugin works intelligently at the pixel level, automatically isolating and separating the desired touch plates for Extended Color Gamut printing. The final conversion adds as many as three additional spot colors to the designer's original image format. Touch7 Photo ECG does not require ICC profiles to extract Extended Color Gamut separations — the proprietary separation algorithms calculate the effect based on the original source information."