Visual representation of the *infinity* colormap. Statistics of the *infinity* colormap.

The infinity colormap is a visual representation of the infiniteness of a circle and the Ouroboros symbol. It covers the special \([25, 75]\) lightness range and uses basically all colors in roughly equal ratio. Unlike other diverging colormaps, infinity is a cyclic colormap. Due to infinity using all colors, this colormap is great for use in very dense cyclic information plots. It can also be used as an alternative to pride as a diverging colormap by removing a small part at the beginning and end.