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A Reference Tristimulus Colorimeter

Published

Author(s)

George P. Eppeldauer

Abstract

The accuracy of tristimulus colorimeters can be increased by using detector standards instead of traditional lamp standards for calibration. After high accuracy absolute spectral response determination of the color channels, spectral and amplitude corrections can minimize uncertainities caused by imperfect realizations of the CIE color matching functions. As a result of the corrections stable light sources of different spectral power distributions can be measured with an accuracy dominated by the sub tenth of a percent uncertainty of novel spectral response determinations.
Proceedings Title
Proceedings of the 9th AIC Color Conference
Conference Dates
June 24-25, 2001
Conference Title
AIC Color Conference

Keywords

chromaticity coordinates, color calibration, color temperature, colorimetry, detector standard, photometry, spectral response, tristimulus values

Citation

Eppeldauer, G. (2001), A Reference Tristimulus Colorimeter, Proceedings of the 9th AIC Color Conference (Accessed October 5, 2022)
Created June 25, 2001, Updated June 13, 2017