Portrait Displays understands the complex display marketplace, where OEMs can choose from a wide variety of components to incorporate into their displays. Today's market pressures result in tiered product offerings where cost, features, and functions are weighed and balanced with the needs of the buyers.
Similarly, Portrait Displays has engineered a tiered color technology to help OEMs offer the best solution in each product grade.
Correct the Oversaturation Problem Associated with Wide-Color-Gamut Panels
- Select color space to match your work
- Use the CIE graph to visualize how different color gamuts affect the colors on the display
Some low-cost panels used in Value-Line displays have components that tend to alter the colors seen on the screen. Consequently, some screens have a greenish or yellowish cast. These panels typically have a very narrow color gamut, usually 40% to 60% of NTSC.
Portrait Displays can make adjustments to these narrow-gamut panels to improve the color by removing the objectionable color tint.
Color Balancing & Gamma Control
If the panel used in a laptop, all-in-one, or desktop display has a color gamut above 60%, but below 72% of NTSC, Portrait Displays can improve the color quality of the screen by fine tuning its gamma curve, as well as making minor gamut changes to achieve a more accurate sRGB color space.
Color Balancing, Gamma & Gamut Control
Displays that have a wide-color gamut (72% of NTSC and above) can show colors that are extremely saturated and vibrant. While this might be desirable for gamers, more realistic color is preferred by movie watchers, photography viewers, and online shoppers.
Portrait Displays can add intelligence to these wide-gamut displays so the type of content being shown on the screen dictates the color gamut of the panel. This is done without any interaction from the user, by following guidelines established by the OEM.
App Sync Automatically Sets the Color Space to Active Application
- Any installed application can have an available color gamut associated with it
- Color gamuts are automatically assigned, but can be changed by the user