Re: eeColor Box – 3D LUTs for the consumer electronics market – coming soon? – maybe

Re: eeColor Box – 3D LUTs for the consumer electronics market – coming soon? – maybe

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@Michael TLV 3833 wrote:

I don’t have that type of client at all.

The clients for this product are those who lust for nothing but the best, the latest and greatest, etc. Today I contracted with a builder here in Naples to calibrate five (you read that correctly) Sharp Elites in the same house on January 3rd and 4th. I’m going to make the owner an offer to do one of the displays with the LightSpace/eeColor Processor 65x65x65 LUT combo for the $600 price of the box. Hopefully he’ll bite because I believe I read somewhere that the Calman/Chromapure/Lumagen 125 point profiles are not cleaning up the Cyan tracking problem. Please correct me if my memory is bad. I want to see if the 17 point cube profile through LightSpace will do the job. It certainly should.

In addition, I’ve been doing some testing with Calman and the eeBox. The trick is to tell Calman that the box is the Spectracal version and then the software will calibrate GS as well as Gamut. I’ve gone as high as a 9x9x9 7 deep cube (729 cube points which took about 3 hours) and the results have been very good. The Lumagen Radiance series is limited to 5x5x5 so there is an advantage in both programming and price however you lose the Lumagen processing capabilities.

Lastly, I’m working directly with ee and will be selling the boxes for $600 + shipping to US customers as of 1/1/2013.

Buzz