Color brightness of the projector, white luminance

Many times we will see the “Brightness” parameter in this projector product parameters table, but some of the products, though the name of the high brightness and the actual use of the sign is not as manufacturers say the kind of effect?

    Many times we will see the “Brightness” parameter in this projector product parameters table, but some of the products, though the name of the high brightness and the actual use of the sign is not as manufacturers say the kind of effect? Let’s look at this in the end is what brightness.

HD Projector

    In fact, many products more official brightness refers to the white light of the so-called white light from the projector is in projection brightness when the white screen, of course, there is another brightness, color intensity is, when the projection is manifested in different colors brightness, and we use multi-touch when the projector is the color and brightness of white light instead of the product labels.
     If the projector can not accurately capture the other color except white, which will make quality compromised, unable to restore the true colors of the original image. CLO Epson first proposed the concept of color brightness, color intensity to make an important attribute of the actual performance of the projector, the brightness of red, green and blue color brightness performance, the product will be more convincing.

HD Projector

    Color brightness is usually the sum of the RGB three-color average luminance, and white point for just a single value, through a number of color harmony principles, we find that white is actually overlapping red, green and blue, but often does not mean the color brightness of white light, in fact, only when they are equal in order to demonstrate the effect of the perfect picture, the picture can be more vivid sense.
    Therefore, when we choose the projection products, when to take a clear difference between the management of both conceptual.

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