Date: 12-25-07 03:28
> > Because 1D LUTs can't map colors in the way necessary to
> > one gamut into another. That requires a 3D LUT or
> > dynamic color processor.
> Got it. Makes sense.
> > A true 12 bit 3D LUT would need (2^12)^3 = 68719476736
> I see that you clarified in your replay that it would take 2^24
> entries of 12 bits each. That's not that too much memory
> nowadays. It seems to me that it's something you should
> consider in your furure line of high end monitors.
Et bien il semblerait que dans un futur pas si lointain, il y aura des moniteurs qui l'offritont.... Evidemment, ca ne sera pas achetable au depart, mais ca va dans la bonne direction.
Forum PC Talk
Subject Eizo CG301W display
Posted by DavidC [CLICK FOR PROFILE]
Date/Time 12:26:25 AM, Wednesday, November 14, 2007 (GMT)
"This looks fantastic -
- it can be hardware calibrated for both full gamut colour and sRGB.
No doubt it will cost the same as a small house - or even a small house with a swimming pool.