Yes, yes, and yes, a billion times yes. Thanks for this, Alex. As you know, your work here inspired lots of mine.
Coming across Alex’s annotated Nuke script breaking down the RRT / ODT CTL stuff was probably the single most helpful thing I’ve encountered, w.r.t. really grokking what goes on in the RRT, why and how things work the way they do. Seeing code is one thing, but being able to toggle bits of the script and digest them visually is… pretty cool, to say the least.
I’ve been working on stuff too, for the parametric OT thing that I’ll be posting to my own fork; I don’t think we’re stepping on each other’s toes in our endeavors; in any case, expect to see stuff soon, in the form of little treats that make up bigger treats.
@Thomas_Mansencal, I wanted to talk to you too. I rewrote Nuke’s colorspace node again (self-contained with Nuke-native libraries), and this time, I’m providing the ability to load Json or yaml data for chromaticities, illuminants, cone response matrices; and, if course, id like to pair that with a script to generate said data (I gusss not too dissimilar from the mmTargetColor node or whatever it was called that you guys made. Anyway, I figured if you were interested, I could submit a PR to colour_nuke, if that’s the kind of thing you’d want there?