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Color Balancing Experimental Projection Displays

@inproceedings{Stone2001ColorBE,
  title={Color Balancing Experimental Projection Displays},
  author={M. Stone},
  booktitle={Color Imaging Conference},
  year={2001}
}
  • M. Stone
  • Published in Color Imaging Conference 2001
  • Computer Science
  • Experimental, tiled displays made of commodity projectors provide a relatively easy and cost effective way to explore “on the wall” viewing and interaction. To color balance the display, each projector must be characterized and mapped to a common gamut. Projectors with three imaging elements and three filters can be characterized by a simple extension to the monitor calibration model. However, projectors with a single micro-mirror array and a color wheel may include a “white printer” to… CONTINUE READING

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