I've posted PC and Mac OS X versions of a Display Calibration Calculator tool on the AccuPel website. You can download them at the bottom of the page that has the HDG-4000 manuals.

The Display Calibration Calculator includes the features of the previous Luminance Calculator & Color Gamut Calculator plus adds Grayscale dE and gamma calculations.

Features:

1. Primary and Complementary CIE x,y,Y values for Rec. 709, Rec. 601, and PAL standards, or any user-entered WRGB CIE x,y values.

2. dE values of measured WRGBYCM x,y,Y values vs. the above target values.

Note: The measured Y value of Gray will not affect the dE value of Gray because it is used as a reference to calculate other dE values. i.e. it is assumed to be the desired Y value for Gray. But it will affect the dE values of the other colors. ---- You can enter any value of Y for Gray in the Target section to calculate all of the other color's Y target values.

3. Grayscale dE calculation

4. Grayscale Gamma curve calculation

The latter also provides Y (luminance) target values for a selected gamma to adjust a processor that provides custom gamma curves. You can optionally enter a 0% (black field) luminance value or Full-field (on-off) Contrast Ratio to compute the display's signal gamma curve (i.e. remove the projector's black level from the gamma calculations).

Enjoy!

The Display Calibration Calculator includes the features of the previous Luminance Calculator & Color Gamut Calculator plus adds Grayscale dE and gamma calculations.

Features:

1. Primary and Complementary CIE x,y,Y values for Rec. 709, Rec. 601, and PAL standards, or any user-entered WRGB CIE x,y values.

2. dE values of measured WRGBYCM x,y,Y values vs. the above target values.

Note: The measured Y value of Gray will not affect the dE value of Gray because it is used as a reference to calculate other dE values. i.e. it is assumed to be the desired Y value for Gray. But it will affect the dE values of the other colors. ---- You can enter any value of Y for Gray in the Target section to calculate all of the other color's Y target values.

3. Grayscale dE calculation

4. Grayscale Gamma curve calculation

The latter also provides Y (luminance) target values for a selected gamma to adjust a processor that provides custom gamma curves. You can optionally enter a 0% (black field) luminance value or Full-field (on-off) Contrast Ratio to compute the display's signal gamma curve (i.e. remove the projector's black level from the gamma calculations).

Enjoy!