What are you looking at?

3 September 2007 at 5:56 pm Leave a comment

Recently I have purchased new monitors both at home and at work. I keep fiddling with them to get them looking ‘right’. I was watching an old dl.tv this morning and they reviewed a couple of sites which really would have taken the headache out of this task.DisplayCalibration.com offers a range of tools and images to assist you calibrate your monitor correctly.

Online Monitor Test at http://tft.vanity.dk/  is also very impressive, and at first glance offers a whole lot more in terms of testing options etc.

How can we use this in education? My first thought is to calibrate digital projectors. They are notoriously poor at colour reproduction and need a good calibration to keep video etc looking good.

Have you used these tools or any others to calibrate projectors or monitors? I’d be interested to know how useful you found them.


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