Tuesday, January 28, 2014

check monitor color

Simple Affordable Solution for color calibrating a single display…

Spyder4express™ features a patented, full-spectrum 7-color sensor that can accurately characterize a variety of wide gamut and normal displays. Spyder4express software lets you use the same sensor to calibrate your computer, iPad, iPhone and Android devices (with the free Spydergallery App). No other calibrator has this capability. The fourth-generation sensor uses double-shielded filters for longer life and better performance. On average, accuracy and precision are improved by 26% and 19% respectively.

Why Color Calibrate Your Display?
Displays render the same image differently: Calibration tunes your display to a reference standard and brings color consistency across desktop, laptop, iPad, iPhone and Android devices.
Displays change over time: Recalibration returns it to reference state for brightness and color
Prints often do not match display: Display calibration provides a base for better print matching
Wide gamut displays may be oversaturated: Without calibration even wide-gamut displays may be inaccurate.
Highlight and shadow details may be inaccurate: Control of brightness, white point and tone response with calibration.
Image colors are not true to life: After calibration, images can be viewed and edited with confidence
Photographers and designers can work confidently on a properly color calibrated screen and can assert greater control over the color fidelity of their digital process. Images can be reliably assessed and adjusted on a properly calibrated display, enabling true-to-life reproduction of image files.

How Does Spyder4express Work?
Spyder4express automates and simplifies display calibration. Install the software, attach the color sensor to USB, and step through the wizard. The sensor measures a series of colors on your screen and creates a “profile” that brings your display to a reference state. At the end, you can compare how the images look before and after calibration.


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