The colors are a bit subjective, e.g. what is difference between "Pea Pod Green" and Mint Green".
Computer color schemes don't really work, as computer colors are strictly subtractive, colors in the physical world are additive. So this it would be a bit difficult to do this with an algorithm. Even if you scanned all the BE glasses, this would be fairly unsatisfying. RGB allows for millions of colors. BE has 63(?) colors for all practical uses. * I'm not counting streaky,etc. glass since those are not one solid color.
I worked for an artist once and was building his website. He would sometime try to tweak it himself. He was really frustrated with the concept of subtractive color changes, after a half century of mixing/adding paints to each other.