[Openicc] Google Summer of Code 2011 Students
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Thu Apr 28 12:28:33 PDT 2011
On 28 April 2011 20:08, Kai-Uwe Behrmann <ku.b at gmx.de> wrote:
> I could find four laptops with the same panel manufaturer in the EDID
> entries in very different brands. They where colorimetrically not too far
> away from each other.
> Do you have he EDID block of both?
Unfortunately not, the first panel got smashed, hence why I know more
than I should about T61 screens.
> Heartedly agreed. The repository is not designed as replacement for custom
> calibrations where colour counts very much, like in proofing. Its designed
> for average users, amateurs and artists without any expensive measurement
My high level problem with this is we either have:
The first moment we start talking about "close enough" or "similar"
profiles we're telling the user they are in some kind of
quasi-calibrated state. Should the user trust that the red chair on
ebay is going the match the red carpet? Is a "close enough" profile
really better than uncalibrated?
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