Oh, I have cut out the ColorHandler.HS VtoRGB method for you:

public static RGB HSVtoRGB(HSV HSV)

{

// HSV contains values scaled as in the color wheel:

// that is, all from 0 to 255.

// for ( this code to work, HSV.Hue needs

// to be scaled from 0 to 360 (it//s the angle of the selected

// point within the circle). HSV.Saturation and HSV.value must be

// scaled to be between 0 and 1.

double h;

double s;

double v;

double r = 0;

double g = 0;

double b = 0;

// Scale Hue to be between 0 and 360. Saturation

// and value scale to be between 0 and 1.

h = ((double) HSV.Hue / 255 * 360) % 360;

s = (double) HSV.Saturation / 255;

v = (double) HSV.value / 255;

if ( s == 0 )

{

// If s is 0, all colors are the same.

// This is some flavor of gray.

r = v;

g = v;

b = v;

}

else

{

double p;

double q;

double t;

double fractionalSecto r;

int sectorNumber;

double sectorPos;

// The color wheel consists of 6 sectors.

// Figure out which sector you//re in.

sectorPos = h / 60;

sectorNumber = (int)(Math.Floo r(sectorPos));

// get the fractional part of the sector.

// That is, how many degrees into the sector

// are you?

fractionalSecto r = sectorPos - sectorNumber;

// Calculate values for the three axes

// of the color.

p = v * (1 - s);

q = v * (1 - (s * fractionalSecto r));

t = v * (1 - (s * (1 - fractionalSecto r)));

// Assign the fractional colors to r, g, and b

// based on the sector the angle is in.

switch (sectorNumber)

{

case 0:

r = v;

g = t;

b = p;

break;

case 1:

r = q;

g = v;

b = p;

break;

case 2:

r = p;

g = v;

b = t;

break;

case 3:

r = p;

g = q;

b = v;

break;

case 4:

r = t;

g = p;

b = v;

break;

case 5:

r = v;

g = p;

b = q;

break;

}

}

// return an RGB structure, with values scaled

// to be between 0 and 255.

return new RGB((int)(r * 255), (int)(g * 255), (int)(b * 255));

}

Hope it helps you.

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Jeffrey Tan

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