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Optimal color primaries for three- and multiprimary wide gamut displays

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László Beke

University of Pannonia, Faculty of Information Technology, Department of Image Processing and Neurocomputing, Virtual Environments and Imaging Technologies Laboratory, Veszprem, Veszprem H-8200, Hungary

Youngshin Kwak

Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT), Kyeongki-Do, Yongin-Shi, Kiheung-Eup, Nongseo-Ri, San 14-1, Korea

Peter Bodrogi

University of Pannonia, Faculty of Information Technology, Department of Image Processing and Neurocomputing, Virtual Environments and Imaging Technologies Laboratory, Veszprem, Veszprem H-8200, Hungary

Seong Deok Lee

Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, Kyeongki-Do, Yongin-Shi, Kiheung-Eup, Nongseo-Ri, San 14-1, Korea

Du-Sik Park

Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, Kyeongki-Do, Yongin-Shi, Kiheung-Eup, Nongseo-Ri, San 14-1, Korea

Chang Yeong Kim

Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, Kyeongki-Do, Yongin-Shi, Kiheung-Eup, Nongseo-Ri, San 14-1, Korea

J. Electron. Imaging. 17(2), 023012 (May 29, 2008). doi:10.1117/1.2921012
History: Received March 06, 2006; Revised June 07, 2007; Accepted October 27, 2007; Published May 29, 2008
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We present a collection of principles to compare two sets of color primaries for wide gamut displays. A new, algorithmic three-dimensional method to find optimal color primaries both for three-primary and multiprimary displays is described. The method was implemented in a computer program. The resulting optimal color primary sets are discussed. We show that two-dimensional methods to find optimal color primaries by using a chromaticity diagram are inferior to three-dimensional optimization techniques that include luminance information.

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László Beke ; Youngshin Kwak ; Peter Bodrogi ; Seong Deok Lee ; Du-Sik Park, et al.
"Optimal color primaries for three- and multiprimary wide gamut displays", J. Electron. Imaging. 17(2), 023012 (May 29, 2008). ; http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.2921012


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