Lumagen added a simple CMS system to the HDP, ProHDP and HDQ. This new feature was added to recent software and is available as a free download on the Lumagen website. We added what we could with the number of spare gates that we had available.
This CMS feature was originally added to support our customers who had the JVC RS-1 projector. This projector started the trend for many new displays to have a green color point that is well outside the color triangle. This results in an image that has fluorescent green grass and faces that look sun burnt. The simple CMS system that was added to the HDP, ProHDP and HDQ is very effective in fixing these issues.
We don't call it a calibration, but rather a mitigation. We recommend that the green color point be moved much closer to, but not on top of, the green point of the color triangle. You can move the green point maybe 75%-80% of the way towards the correct color point. Error on the side of a slightly saturated green. You certainly don't want to under saturate the green.
I have personally calibrated many displays that had a green color point well outside the color triangle using this Lumagen CMS system. I've seen with my own eyes that it works very well. It's not a full calibration, like you can do with the Radiance, but it's remarkable just how well it fixes this issue.
This feature was added for free and is available to anyone who owns a Lumagen HDP, ProHDP or HDQ video processor. You just need to go to the Lumagen website and download the latest software.