16 Replies Latest reply on May 1, 2013 6:06 AM by AttilaHan

    A white point question ...

    AttilaHan Level 1

      Most of the chromaticity diagrams for RGB color spaces show the D65 illuminant as a white point. White point is where all three primaries are equal in intensity, so it is a neutral color at every luminance level.

       

      What about D65? ... is it an exactly neutral color illuminant?

       

      Or, it means that, if we look at the chromaticity diagram under the illuminant D65, the white point of the color space takes the color of this illuminant and for this reason, white points are labeled as D65 in chromaticity diagrams?