[Tig] what are we going to do (monitors)
patrick at applePi.tv
Sun Mar 30 00:23:52 GMT 2008
On Mar 29, 2008, at 2:28 PM, Bob Kertesz wrote:
> But if a SINGLE light was turned on anywhere in the room (it was a
> conference room with room for about 100 people), and the light was
> just bright
> enough so you could recognize people's faces, the glass front of the
> picked it up and raised the CRT blacks, and then the LCD had
> deeper blacks than the CRT.
Now wait a second - aren't we supposed to set the CRT for the ambient
light level that we'll be working?
One setup isn't supposed to cover all ambient light settings, is it?
Maybe a recalibration would have shown that the CRT would have crushed
the blacks to compensate for the Kertesz Effect? Or maybe I've been
I was speaking with a friend who reads tech manuals(!) about this sort
of stuff - he's noticed that the ambient light recommendation for the
new generation of Sony LCDs is higher than what they've been
recommending (I assume, for the past 20+ years) with CRTs.
Might they be changing the(ir) rules in the middle of the inning?
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