Originally Posted by spytsi
Originally Posted by sotti
...With a radiance I think that getting enthusiast for the 3D-Lut functionality is worth the investment...
I suppose that 3D-LUT calibration has nothing to do with calibrating a 3D projector for 3D content, right?
Hello, you can improve any display performance using an external LUT Box/Video Processor by moving from (classic) display internal controls calibration (max. 27 Color Points) to 3D-LUT Calibration/Profiling (146-9.261 Color Points).
To have a better idea of that difference in 3D space presentation (becasue CIE Charts are 1D) you can see the 1D-LUT + 6-Axis CMS vs. 3D Cube Sizes Comparisons here
Consumer displays don't have the ability to upload a 3D LUT correction to their internal memory so we are using external devices to store the corrections LUT's.
Professional displays like Eizo ColorEdge (some hi-end models, 3D LUT capable), FSI (Flanders Scientific Inc), TVLogic, Dolby Monitors have internal memories that can store 3D LUT correction tables, where you don't need an external 3D LUT device.
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