15 September 2014 Digital devices: big challenge in color management
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The paper will present how the students learn to find technical solutions in color management by using adequate digital devices and recognize the specific upcoming tasks in this area. Several issues, problems and their solutions will be discussed. The scientific background offer specific didactical solutions in this area of optics. Color management is the major item of this paper. Color management is a crucial responsibility for media engineers and designers. Print, screen and mobile applications must independently display the same colors. Predictability and consistency in the color representation are the aims of a color management system. This is only possible in a standardized and audited production workflow. Nowadays digital media have a fast-paced development process. An increasing number of different digital devices with different display sizes and display technologies are a great challenge for every color management system. The authors will present their experience in the field of color management. The design and development of a suitable learning environment with the required infrastructure is in the focus. The combination of theoretical and practical lectures creates a deeper understanding in the area of the digital color representation.
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Oliver Vauderwange, Dan Curticapean, Paul Dreβler, Peter Wozniak, "Digital devices: big challenge in color management", Proc. SPIE 9188, Optics Education and Outreach III, 91880B (15 September 2014); doi: 10.1117/12.2061885; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2061885


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