Metamer Mismatching as a Measure of the Color Rendering of Lights

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Mirzaei, H., and Funt, B., "Metamer Mismatching as a Measure of the Color Rendering of Lights," Proc. AIC 2015 International Colour Association Conference, Tokyo. May 2015.

Date created: 
2015-05
Abstract: 

We propose a new method for evaluating the colour rendering properties of lights. The new method uses the degree of metamer mismatching for the CIE XYZ corresponding to flat grey (constant reflectance of 0.5) quantified in terms of the metamer mismatch volume index proposed by Logvinenko et al. (Logvinenko 2014). A major advantage of this method is that unlike many previous color rendering indices it does not depend on the properties of a chosen set of representative test objects.

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Presented at the AIC International Colour Association conference, May 2015.

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English
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Conference presentation
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Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC)
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