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post #1 of 3 Old 12-06-2012, 01:24 PM - Thread Starter
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I wrote a quick article on my impressions of using CalMAN 5 with a pattern generator and colorimeter to tweak my projector (an Optoma HD23). I'm a bit of a newb with this stuff, and I hope I don't make anybody's eyes roll.

http://seespacelabs.com/using-calman-5-to-calibrate-my-projector/

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Nice, well written article! smile.gif
The contrast description sounds a lot like edge enhancement caused by a high sharpness setting.

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Chad, thanks!

Re the edge enhancement, I think you are right. And now I understand that's pretty standard. The purist in me felt bad about keeping the contrast up high with the distorted pixels, but I got over it.

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