Joined: Thu Jan 24, 2008 4:01 pm Posts: 1309 Location: Pine City, NY
If color perception is important, any screen, LED, LCD, phosphor, whatever, should be calibrated. You probably have the means built into your screen driver. If not, Google "computer screen color calibration" for close to 3 million hits. All of the first page looks relevant.
Joined: Sat Jul 11, 2009 10:29 am Posts: 928 Location: USA
ANY screen needs to be calibrated to be accurate in color. For most/best accuracy one has no choice but to use a hardware calibration device. If you just prefer close to accurate, I have found this the best method to go with:
But instead of setting your gamma overall, instead, set it individually for each color(RGB).
It will also depend on your browser and the software. I do not know if it uses color profiles, but would guess it would for accuracy. In this case, your best choice would be using a Browser that is color profile aware, like FireFox 3 with color management or Safari.
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