ColourSpace ZRO is a low-cost license version of ColourSpace for Manual Display Calibration and Verification.
It's expected to be the leading solution in consumer/professional level free calibration solutions with a modern interface and simple to use as the first choice to the calibration journey.
The typical problem of free calibration solutions (like HCFR) is that they are not available for up-to-date guides, so while the software is fine, it will complex in operation for the average users with limited experience in calibration.
ColourSpace will always have up-to-date guides, an on-line interactive manual, and videos to explain the features, settings, graphs, and necessary details for new users.
ColourSpace ZRO will support the following measurement instruments:
Datacolor Spyder4 Express
Datacolor Spyder4 Pro
Datacolor Spyder4 Elite
Datacolor Spyder5 Express
Datacolor Spyder5 Pro
Datacolor Spyder5 Elite
Datacolor SpyderX Pro
Datacolor SpyderX Elite
X-Rite i1Display PRO OEM
Colorimeters (unofficial, contact me for more info):
X-Rite i1 Display Pro Retail
X-Rite i1 Display Pro PLUS Retail
X-Rite i1 Display Studio
X-Rite ColorMunki Display
Portrait Displays C6HDR2000
NEC SpectraSensor Pro
Quato Silver Haze 3
Wacom Color Manager
X-Rite i1PRO3 Plus
ColourSpace iTPG using HDMI
External Hardware Pattern Generators:
PGenerator (Free Version)
PGenerator (Ted's Calibration Disk Version)
Disk Pattern Generator Support:
Ted's LightSpace CMS Calibration Disk (Blu-Ray Disk or MP4/MKV Media Files using LightSpace's DIP Mode or Manual Calibration using patchlist import.)
Features / Capabilities:
ColourSpace ZRO will be a reduced in functions license level of ColourSpace.
It will have 2D Charts (not 3D Volumetric Charts), no saving of measurements runs, no PDF reporting, no volumetric measurements; characterization/LUTs menus will not be available.
Users will able to configure their chart size/layout using multiple windows to see only the charts they want, without limitation.
Users will able to create custom patchlists (simple CVS files) to measure using PGenerator (or internal generator), to verify with more detail, even with a volumetric patchset.
Users of Ted's LightSpace Calibration Disk will able to import the custom patchlist for manual calibration/verification).
Using DeviceControl, users will able to DDC Sony/Panasonic TVs and use ColourSpace ZRO for measurements.
ColourSpace ZRO is not out yet; let's have this thread for further user discussion/question etc.