主讲人：Prof. Phil Green
Today most content for mobile displays is prepared for an sRGB colour gamut. Current mobile display technologies often have a significantly larger gamut, and the display manufacturer often performs a proprietary re-rendering from sRGB to the actual gamut of the display.
This talk reviews some of the challenges in defining the gamut of a mobile device and rendering from different gamut encodings. Amongst the issues that need to be considered are the dependence of the gamut on the viewing condition and the user adaptation state. Some solutions are discussed, including the use of the iccMAX colour management architecture.
Phil Green is Professor of Colour Imaging at the Colour and Visual Computing Laboratory, Norwegian University of Science and technology (NTNU), Norway. He supervises PhD and Master students and teaches courses on Colour Science, Cross-Media Colour Reproduction, Advanced Colour Management, Colour in Medical Imaging, and Colour in Interaction Design.
He is also Technical Secretary of the International Color Consortium, the body that standardizes the ICC profile format and promotes colour management internationally.
Dr. Green received an MSc from the University of Surrey in 1995, and a PhD from the former Colour & Imaging Institute, University of Derby, UK in 2003. From 1986 to 2012 he worked at London College of Communication, UK, most recently as Head of Research. His research interests are around cross-media colour reproduction, and include characterization, appearance, metrology, image quality and colour difference.