dsc at swcp.com
Mon Dec 9 15:43:01 EST 2002
On Monday, December 9, 2002, at 08:29 AM, Martin Baxter wrote:
> As I understand it, standard RGB monitor gamma (as defined by the
> gives a non-linear brightness response to voltage. Hence mid grey value
> 127,127,127 would appear on the monitor noticeably lighter than 'mid
I'm pleased to be learning about gamma.
It seems to me that a measure of "brightness" for a particular color
must have a profile or wavelength band associated with it. One would
hope this profile matches a typical response for a healthy human. In
general though, it may depend on some standard.
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