Palette ( /ˈpælɨt/) may refer to:
- Cosmetic palette, an archaeological form
- Palette (painting), a wooden board used for mixing colors for a painting
- Palette (computing), in computer graphics, a selection of colors
- Palette window, in computing, a window type often containing tools
- the valve under an organ pipe which is connected to the keyboard(s)—as opposed to the stop valve
- Palette AOC, a wine Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée in the Provence region of southern France
- Palette, a villages part of Le Tholonet, which gives its name to the Palette AOC
- Palette Records, a record label
- Palette knife, artist's (painter's) palette knife
Other articles related to "palette, palettes":
... by the user or by a program) from their wider hardware's RGB color palette ... in limited subsets (generally 16 or 256) of the full palette includes some RGB level arrangements commomly used with the 8-bit palettes as master palettes or universal palettes (i.e ... palettes for multipurpose uses) ...
... This results in a 8×8×4 = 256-color palette as follows This palette is used by The MSX2 series of personal computers ... Palette 4 of the IBM PGC (palette 2 gives 2-3-3 bit RGB and palette 3 gives 3-2-3 bit RGB) ...
... The Libyan Palette (also known variously as the Libyan Booty Palette, the Siege Palette, the Tehenu- or Tjehenu Palette, the Towns- or Trees and Towns Palette') is the surviving lower portion of a stone cosmetic ... The palette is unprovenanced, but is believed to be from Abydos, Egypt ... The Libyan Palette, like the famous Narmer Palette, is one of the few stone palettes from this period which contain some of the earliest examples of ...
... Simple palette made doing every triplet RGB primaries having equal values as a continuous gradient from black to white through the full available palette ... Here is the 8-bit, 256 levels palette Used to display pure grayscale TIFF or JPEG images, for example ...
Famous quotes containing the word palette:
“I have heard that hysterical women say
They are sick of the palette and fiddle-bow,
Of poets that are always gay,”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)
“The great God endows His children variously. To some he gives intellectand they move the earth. To some he allots heartand the beating pulse of humanity is theirs. But to some He gives only a soul, without intelligenceand these, who never grow up, but remain always His children, are Gods fools, kindly, elemental, simple, as if from His palette the Artist of all had taken one color instead of many.”
—Mary Roberts Rinehart (18761958)