Originally Posted by TomHuffman
Doug, is the value for blue a typo? I can't imagine any color whose CIE94 is 0.75 with a CIELUV of 8.4. What is the xyY value?
Also, I think that the poster is referring to color accuracy throughout the entire color space, and not just at the gamut boundary.
No, the blue uv error wasn't a typo, the data was copied from CalMAN and pasted into Excel. CalMAN did the error calculations for dE 1994 and dEuv.
Coordinates for blue were
Those coordinates don't seem far enough off for the Blue dEuv to be 8.7, but that's what CalMAN calculated. The patterns were 75% (roughly 50% stim).
Oddly, the out of box coordinates were worse but the dEuv came out at 5.8
The factory coordinates were 0.1553 / 0.0596 / 0.686
Target coordinates for blue are listed as 0.15 / 0.06 / 0.6728 for the Factory (out of box)
and Y target for the calibrated result was 0.5823 (there was a change in luminance between out of box and calibrated)