reference white

reference white

[′ref·rəns ‚wīt]
(communications)
In a scene viewed by television cameras, the color of light from a nonselective diffuse reflector that is lighted by the normal illumination of the scene.
The color by which this color is simulated on a television screen or other display device.
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uv]) for the reference white (R = G = B = 255) and the 3 primaries were: Red (Y = 14.
The coordinates for the screen primaries (black line triangle's vertices in Figure 4) and its reference white (black dot in Figure 4) were measured with a luxo-colorimeter (see Method).
n] are the CIE XYZ tristimulus values of the reference white point.
n] are the tristimulus values of the reference white.
n]), the luminance (l) of a surface with the luminance corresponding to the reference white (ln).
More specifically, although the reference white must determine lightness perception anchoring, hue perception must somehow depend on the chromatic variation provided by each spatial framework.
We observed no gonadal intersex in reference white perch from the PAFL hatchery or Deal Lake.
While dealing with colour rendition, this would have been a good place to include a cross-reference to the possibilities of tricking the video system into yielding either warmer or colder results, as desired by the videographer, by substituting tinted input for the standard reference white.
Thus, Canadian Inuit have significantly different frequencies of MBL alleles compared with both regional reference whites and published European controls (5).