Intentional Color Corrections Planned for Display in Ambient Light

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flyinglentris
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Re: Intentional Color Corrections Planned for Display in Ambient Light

Michael Fryd wrote:

Generally, the human visual system adjusts for ambient light.

A white sheet of paper looks white whether you are looking at it indoors under tungsten light, outdoors in the shade, outdoors in direct sunlight, or under fluorescent lighting.

Generally, you shouldn't have to compensate.

Historically, that has been proven not always to be the case.

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