Abstract : In this paper, we introduce a new approach for color visu- alization of multi/hyperspectral images. Unlike traditional methods, we propose to operate a local analysis instead of considering that all the pixels are part of the same population. It takes a segmentation map as an input and then achieves a dimensionality reduction adaptively inside each class of pixels. Moreover, in order to avoid unappealing discon- tinuities between regions, we propose to make use of a set of distance transform maps to weigh the mapping applied to each pixel with regard to its relative location with classes' centroids. Results on two hyperspec- tral datasets illustrate the efficiency of the proposed method.