For LightSpace users, there some real interesting new features like these ones you can see below: Quick Profiling
Additionally to the Quick Profiling of Primary/Secondary Colors measurements that were available since now, Gamut Saturations @ 75% or 100% Stimulus Level and Memory Colors (Color Checker Classic) options added, to quick overview the performance of any display.
Here is an example of the CIE chart after the Memory Colors measurement:Gamut Triangle Level
The new Gamut Triangle Level function enables the visualization of a display's gamut at all matched RGB primary points throughout the full stimulus range. By cycling through list of available matched RGB primary points it is possible to see the shape and size of the Gamut, and see at what levels it is smaller or larger that the desired target.
When you will run a Quick Profiling of Primary Colors which measures 20-Point of Luminance per color channel @ 100% Saturation, you will be able later to check the 100% Saturation of any Luminance level to overview the gamut coverage triangle over these 20-Point Luminance levels to check if the gamut coverage remains the same or if is reduced; to find which pre-calibration settings give the largest coverage etc.
This is extremely helpful when it comes to understanding the underlying capabilities of a given display. Stimulus Levels
The Stimulus Levels function is another of the 'filters' for the CIE graphs, and defines how the measured points are shown. As with all the points filters they are additive options, and will combine with any other filters selected. The Stimulus Levels filter will show any and all points that include the selected value within any R, G, or B stimulus data. This enables easier selection of a given point to enable it to be isolated via a double click to see the points associated measured color data and Delta-E values.Delta-E
You can display at the CIE Chart only the colorpoints with the selected dE range, to check what areas of the display have more errors.
The Delta-E filter is also another of the 'filters' for the CIE graphs, and defines how the measured points are shown. As with all the points filters they are additive options, and will combine with any other filters selected. Therefore to see just the points within the available Delta-E ranges first disable all other filter tick boxes. The benefit of this filter function is that it enables a quick assessment of the spread of Delta-E values within the measured profile, allowing a very quick understanding of the overall accuracy of the display.Reports
The new Reporting feature enables a .pdf export of the various graphs, as well as details on various aspects of the selected profile, including Luma range, contrast, Delta-E ranges, etc., as well as user editable sections for client name, display, probe data, and more.