We are interesting about the results coming only from HDMI Input patch generation or verification. For that reason we generate patterns only using the HDMI Input, so to include all the display internal processing/colorspace conversions during the patch generation. When you are using iTPG, there video signal processing steps which are bypassed, so you will still need to generate patterns from the HDMI Input to evaluate the results.For these 2 reasons its not so interesting feature to be added to DeviceControl, as we are interested to maximize and do proper calibration steps correctly. Using PGeneration, which is bit-perfect solution and low cost solution to use for RGB 16-255/16-235 patch generation with LightSpace, its the recommended solution we suggest to LightSpace/ColourSpace users, as they will be able to use it as 'bit-perfect @ RGB triplet' patch generation to calibrate/verify any display/projector model they want.
Thanks Ted, that's very interesting and new information that I wasn't aware of.
As eluded to above, I was looking at this as an alternative to buying Calman Home for Panasonic but, as that will too use the iTPG, I'll save my money and buy/ build an Raspberry Pie instead and use PGeneration.
I've just used madVR to calibrate my current LG B6 and whilst it seemed to work well, it's difficult to pin down exactly what it's outputting. I.e. the chroma sampling level and resolution and refresh rate. The laptop I use for LightSpace doesn't support HDR either so, because of these factors, it's not a reliable option for me.