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In a completely dark viewing environment, such as a cinema theater, this is desirable; a wide range of chromaticities is accepted as "white."
· Define an RGB space with custom chromaticities, a custom illuminant, and a custom gamma.
Unlike other light sources, varying this light level does not alter the color temperature or other characteristics of the light; the color temperature and chromaticities remain constant to a very low light level.
Image credit: Jou, et al. (PhysOrg. com) -- Scientists have developed a lighting device that can change its color temperature throughout the day, matching the natural daylight chromaticities produced by the sun.
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