white point


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white point

The measurement of "white" on a color monitor. It can be expressed in degrees Kelvin or as one of the standard illuminants or in X-Y coordinates from the CIE Lab chromaticity diagram. For example, the most neutral white point is 6500 degrees Kelvin or D65 or x=0.3127/y=0.3290. See CIE Lab.
References in classic literature ?
Opposite them, at the extremity of the long hail, they could see a vaguely white point standing out against the sombre background.
We will specify how many kilometres to get a white point soon and when the driver collects enough points, he can click on the link in the app to guide him to different options to redeem them.
Whether taking an evening stroll on the beach at White Point or enjoying a drink at the bar in Lunenburg alone, not once did I feel unwelcome or unsafe.
Houlihan Lokey, Andrew Durnford of White Point Capital and Bank of Montreal acted as financial advisors on this transaction.
Separately Machnouk held an honorary for the former municipal council of Beirut under the chairmanship of Bilal Hamad, whereby Machnouk gave a word saying, "Your accomplishments are a white point in the blackness of the regional blaze.
Married at: White Point Gardens, Charleston , South Carolina, USA.
1 also gives users the ability to correct the substrate white point and add dot correction to the profile - without the need to recalculate the profile - to simulate the correct substrate colors and produce contract-level proof.
PTB used the White Point optical stylus system on the MarForm MFU 110 WP to measure the pistons and cylinders.
A specially optimized phosphor is used as conversion material to ensure high stability of the white point over time and across a wide temperature range.
On a daytrip to White Point Beach, on Nova Scotia's South Shore, there is so much to see and learn, and the "I Spy" game expands.
The White unit features a white point at 2,000 mcd and currents of 15 mA per color.