The Dilard Calibration Wizards are working really well, and make the D-ILAs shine when they've worked their functions. I am looking forward to "letting them out".
Unfortunately, I recently borrowed a highly accurate instrument to measure the post-calibration results from the colorimeter we're using, and found that one of the metrics was off more than I expected. The Wizard reported a flat D65 across the entire grayscale, but the reference instrument indicated a color temperature of about 6900 degrees instead. I was unable to detect a problem with my bare eyes.
This isn't much, and I'm probably being a perfectionist, but I wanted to fix it. Unfortunately, I was unaware how deep this little rabbit-hole would go! It's back into the heavy mathematics to fix it.
I know that I keep saying "Any day now", but that's really where we are at. I want to take care of the final details and make the Wizards "reference quality". In the end, I think that everyone will be much happier!
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