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WRGB OLED i1D3 EDR

Author Steve
Scene
#1 | Posted: 21 Feb 2019 09:27 | Edited by: Steve 
Working with Flanders Scientific and X-Rite we have a new EDR for the i1D3 specifically for the WRGB OLED screen (LG WOLED).
The spectral data used for this EDR has been generated from the FSI XM55U/XM65U display.

The EDR needs additional testing, as the WOLED screen is not additive - white is not equal to the sum of the R, G, and B components, due to the additional White pixel, as can be seen in this response graph.

A Piccy

This also means that any volumetric colour (any colour at all) is not a simple sum of the R, G and B components, but can be mixed with some variable amount of white as well...

And there are obviously three sensors to be calibrated in the i1D3, but four display colourant channels within the display, which makes any direct probe measurement based calibration essentially unmatched.

This means we may need to add additional spectral data to the EDR to improve its overall response, but for starters this is what we have.

The new i1d3 Support Files for use with LightSpace can be downloaded here:

(www.lightillusion.com/beta/i1d3 Support Files.zip)

Replace the existing i1d3 Support Files folder within the LightSpace installation with the new folder.

The new EDR will show as WRGB OLED within the LightSpace i1D3 preset drop-down menu.

Steve

Author blasetheodore
Mono
#2 | Posted: 21 Feb 2019 22:02 
Thanks Steve.

Are there other EDR you've put out for WOLED? (Would love one for the K10a).

Apologies if this is too case specific a question, but I have an LG WOLED, an i1d3, an i1pro, and a K10a. Is there any combination of these probes and this EDR that helps me? (some kind of stacked probe matching or something?)

Author Steve
Scene
#3 | Posted: 22 Feb 2019 01:42 
EDR file are ONLY for the i1D3.
They are not used by any other probe.

Steve

Author Christophe R
Mono
#4 | Posted: 1 Apr 2019 11:04 
Hi,
Does it works also with Panasonic panel ? (Panasonic TX-65EZ1000 in my case)
Does it means in general for HDR calibration with WRGB Panel with those EDR we should have better results with the i1d3 than with any other probes ?
Christophe

Author Steve
Scene
#5 | Posted: 1 Apr 2019 11:28 
All WOLED displays use the same LG glass, so yes, it should work with a Panasonic WOLED.
As for accuracy, a narrow band Spectro with a high-end Tristimulus probe will always be the best accuracy.

Steve

Author Christophe R
Mono
#6 | Posted: 1 Apr 2019 11:37 
As always, thanks for your quick and precise reply.
Regards,
Christophe

Author sat4all
Mono
#7 | Posted: 20 May 2019 18:45 
Hi Steve,

Are you still going to work on spectral data to improve overall response?

Thanks

Author Steve
Scene
#8 | Posted: 20 May 2019 18:48 
Not in the short term.
From our tests, the additional work doesn't bring enough of an improvement.
The existing spectral data we have used seem to be as good as it gets - for now.

Steve

Author sat4all
Mono
#9 | Posted: 20 May 2019 21:53 
Thanks again

Author ebr9999
Mono
#10 | Posted: 4 Jun 2019 10:02 
I have checked this EDR on my E8 Oled comparing the my Jeti 1501 readings to a fresh correction (CMF Corrected), this one (WRGB Oled) and the CMF with no correction. All based on wide gamut readings:
WRGB OLED EDR validation
In my case it would have been a good step towards an acceptable accuracy

Author youngsyp
Mono
#11 | Posted: 7 Aug 2019 13:49 
Hi Steve,

Can those with retail versions of the i1D3 use this EDR?

Paul

Author Steve
Scene
#12 | Posted: 7 Aug 2019 19:57 
It is not the probe that 'uses' any EDR, it is the software driving the probe.

Steve

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