Arturia, the German technology company behind pigments that can change color and create a range of beautiful colors, announced this week that it will offer its Pigments 3D platform for color wheel development.
It will enable artists to customize and control the pigments in a way that is intuitive, fast and affordable, and it will also be able to produce high-quality, high-resolution pigments.
Arturia has already developed some of the pigment technologies it sells.
Its Pigments 2D and Pigments 4D pigments are already available to artists and artisans.
Its P2 and P4 pigments will be available to consumers soon.
Pigment 3D is the latest development of Arturia’s Pigments portfolio.
Arturia also sells a color wheel, which it says is an alternative to a color-changing lightbulb.
Pigments 3 and 4 will be ready for a variety of applications, from creating custom color wheel designs to producing high-res photosynthetically-produced pigments and building custom color-shifting lightbulbs.
Artisans will also find ways to create their own color wheel or color-based lighting.
P3 pigments can create vivid hues of deep red, for instance, while P4 will turn light into red light.
And P3 can be used to produce natural light-sensitive materials like paint, glass or paper.
The pigments 3d wheel will also work with the new P3 pigment that will turn color from the sun into red, and P3 and P5 will produce a deep green that is green-blue and blue-green.
P3 pigment will also turn color into red and blue, but that’s not what we’re talking about.
The color wheel can also be used as a light source.
The pigment will turn red light into a blue light.
You can even turn the color wheel into a light fixture.
The pigments were developed by a team of scientists at the Arturia Research Institute in Berlin.
The team is headed by Professor Gerd Muller, who founded the institute’s research department in 1992.
The pigment wheel, said Muller, is not just a wheel.
“It is a platform that will enable scientists to develop the technology that will be the future of light-emitting materials,” he said.
“This will enable us to develop new technologies for the production of transparent materials, and we are very happy to be able play a part in this exciting development,” he added.
For a while now, scientists have been developing pigments based on the same principles as the pigmented lightbulbes and lampshades of the 1950s and 1960s.
In addition to producing visible light, these light bulbs and lamps also produced colors that are deep, yellow-orange, deep red and green.
The result was a variety that can be difficult to photograph or photograph with traditional light sources.
The new Pigments system will be able produce these colors.
This means the pigmentation will be capable of producing deep blues and greens, deep yellows and deep oranges.
It can also produce deep yellances, which are very different from deep blues.
The deep yellance can also make the pigment look red, because of the high-energy light that is produced when a pigment is turned on.
The Pigments team is also working on other ways to produce color.
They are developing a pigment that changes colors by shifting the color from red to yellow.
This can be useful in making colors that have a deep red or deep orange tone.
And the team is developing pigment that shifts color from yellow to blue, by changing the color to green.
Arturia also has a color lightbulber.
This lightbulbed uses an LED and light sensors to create an ultra-bright, green light that shines down into the user’s eyes.
This is useful for night-vision goggles and other eye protection products.
Arturis pigments have been around for decades.
They first came to light in the 1960s, when German scientist Klaus Oberlin invented the Pigments’ Pigment Light Bulb.
The light bulb can produce an average of 5,000 lumens.
It’s still one of the brightest lights in the world, said Michael Lechner, an assistant professor of materials science and engineering at Purdue University.
The company also sells color-emission LED lights.
These can be a little pricier than the Pigment’s lightbulbe.
But they are still much more effective.
In a demonstration, the team from the University of California at Berkeley used a pigmented LED lightbulba to light a room.
The experiment showed the light emitted from the light bulb was more than a million times brighter than a conventional LED light bulb.