4 August 1993 Color control for flight simulation at Armstrong Laboratory
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Device-independent color imaging is in use at the Armstrong Laboratory, Aircrew Training Research Division as a means of individually tailoring colors for each of the display-channel devices used to present visuals for flight simulation. Specifically, an accurate color match across multiple display-channel boundaries is desired. This complex system of color control encompasses the collection of display-channel color characterization data, the processing of that data into individualized Red-Green-Blue (RGB) color tables, and the utilization of those tables to match the colors of images across display-channel boundaries.
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Jacki L. Garrett, Jacki L. Garrett, Janet W. Hepner, Janet W. Hepner, Celeste M. Howard, Celeste M. Howard, } "Color control for flight simulation at Armstrong Laboratory", Proc. SPIE 1909, Device-Independent Color Imaging and Imaging Systems Integration, (4 August 1993); doi: 10.1117/12.149049; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.149049
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