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Designed for professionals with color-critical applications, SpectraViewII combines award-winning NEC display technology with a color-measurement sensor and sophisticated calibration software. The result is highly accurate, reliable, repeatable, feature-rich solution for display calibration and profiling.
 
The SpectraViewII system uses a color sensor to take color measurements of the display screen during calibration. The software analyzes these measurements and sends color adjustment commands directly to the display monitor. This means that color adjustments are made in the monitor rather than in the video graphics adapter. With SpectraViewII, the video graphics adapter is not used at all to make any gamma or Tone Response Curve corrections to the display, so the fidelity of the system is maintained.
 
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SpectraViewII is available on Apple Mac OS, Microsoft Windows, and several Linux distributions.

Top Features

 
High bit depth internal Look Up Tables (LUTs)
 
Each LCD display monitor supported by SpectraViewII features three internal 14, 12 or 10 bit LUTs (depending on model). These tables allow very precise adjustments to be made to the display's Tone Response Curve without reducing the number of displayable colors.
 
 
Fully automated calibration
 
By making adjustments directly in the display hardware, optimal settings are configured without any user interaction. SpectraViewII communicates with the display monitors using Display Data Channel - Command Interface (DDC/CI) which is a two-way communications link between the video graphics adapter and display monitor using the normal video signal cable. No extra cables are necessary.
 
 
Multiple Calibration Sets
 
Different display monitor calibrations can be instantly loaded allowing quick and easy switching between different calibration settings without the need to re-calibrate the display. Each time a calibration set is loaded, the necessary monitor settings and ICC/ColorSync profiles are automatically updated.
 
 
Informative
 
At the end of each display monitor calibration, an information window is displayed which shows the results of the calibration and includes a wealth of information about the display such as the measured color gamut, grayscale color tracking, Delta-E, and luminance values. Additional information about the display monitor such as the model name, serial number and the total number of hours that it has been in use are also displayed.
 
 
Calibration status validation
 
SpectraViewII will query each calibrated monitor to see if any controls have changed since the last calibration. If anything has changed, the previous calibrated state can be restored automatically.
 
 
Flexible
 
SpectraViewII provides many features and options that make it flexible enough to be used in a large variety of applications, including full DICOM support for medical imaging. The display luminance can be adjusted to either a specific value or to the maximum possible that the display can achieve.
 
 
 
Monitor locking
 
Once calibrated the OSD (On Screen Display) controls for the display monitors can be locked to prevent accidental or unauthorized adjustment which may invalidate the calibrated state of the monitor.
 
 
Colorimeter function
 
The software features a Colorimeter function which allows direct measurements to be taken by the color sensor and the results displayed in a variety of different formats.
 
 
Monitor Profiling
 
After calibration, the display is automatically profiled and highly accurate ICC/ColorSync color profiles are generated and automatically registered with the Color Management System. These profiles use the Bradford Chromaticity Adaptation matrix.
 
 
DICOM GSDF calibration and conformance test
 
For use in medical imaging environments SpectraViewII can be used to calibrate the monitor to the DICOM GSDF gamma curve. The built in conformance test can be used to verify accuracy of calibration and conformance to the recommended standard for viewing grayscale images.
 
 
 
 

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