“Getting it Off the Screen and Onto Paper: Current Accomplishments and Future Goals” Moderated by

  • ©Ricardo J. Motta, Gerald M. Murch, and Maureen C. Stone

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Entry Number: 10

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    Getting it Off the Screen and Onto Paper: Current Accomplishments and Future Goals

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    Obtaining satisfactory hardcopy of an image displayed on a color monitor has been the elusive holy grail of computer graphic color reproduction work. Progress has been made in applying the color science principles to this problem, with products now available to provide a colorimetric match between the CRT image and the reflection print produced by the hardcopy device. Further improvement of such equipment will require that designs consider additional aspects of human color perception, such as color adaptation and color contrast. This panel reviews the current state of research and development, discusses problems, and shows how this work is important to other areas of computer graphics.


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