【Lighting Knowledge】Chromaticity Coordination
Jun 29, 2016

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CIE1931 (x, y)
CIE1976 (u’,v’)

Color as described in the CIE1931 system can be plotted on a chromaticity diagram, usually a plot of the chromaticity coordinates x and y. Another popular color system is the CIE1976 uniform-chromaticity scale which advantage is that the distance between points is approximately proportional to the perceived color difference, something definitely not true in the CIE1931 diagram.


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