> So you're saying that the "white" on my [monster] CRT is not the
> same as on a future LCD Display? rats:)
Not only that, but your monster CRT probably doesn't match a smaller
CRT; and an old-ish CRT whose phosphors have aged (and whose focus
may have gotten a bit fuzzy) probably doesn't match a new, sharp
one. Different LCDs may not match each other either, esp. if they
use different backlight technologies or if some of the backlights
-- or faceplates -- are subject to color shifts with age.
> > This is due to the nature that these devices use different color
> > spaces (RGB, composed additively, CMY, composed negatively), and
> > most of them even aren't calibrated ...
> I took all 5 quarters of physics, like most of us, but never got
> far into optics ...
and there's more involved than physics and optics anyway, e.g. the
neuropsychology of human visual perception.
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