Comparison between Measurements and Estimated Chromaticity of Colors Displayed by Switching Two Colors on a Liquid Crystal Display
The overall object of this research is to develop the method to display a desired color through the switching of two different colors on a liquid crystal display (LCD). Tho paper described the measurement and estimated chromaticity of the colors displayed when switching two different colors on a LCD.
First, the colors displayed on the LCD are measured when red, green, blue, yellowm cyan, and magentawith different gradations are each changes to black. The colors displayed are also measured when changes into colors of the same types but with different gradations. As a result, we confirmed for all cases that the chromaticity of the displayed colors was equal to the average of the two colors that were switched.
Next, a method for estimating the chromaticity of the colors displayed through the switching of two colors was proposed. The comparison results between the estimated and measured chromaticity of the displayed colors.
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