A colour adjustment application for MHP terminals

Janne Laine, Mikko Kojo

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    Abstract

    This report describes an MHP Java application for adapting the output of a TV screen to varying ambient illumination conditions. The application mathematically models the effects of the lighting conditions around the display on the colors perceived by a viewer, and compensates for these effects by adjusting the displayed still images. The goal of these adjustments is to maintain the perceived colors as constant as possible despite the changes in ambient illumination. These kinds of adjustments could be especially useful with mobile terminals and in color-critical interactive television applications, such as those related to e-commerce and viewing of digital photographs. The MHP version of the application, initially developed on a PC, was tested on commercial set-top-boxes for interactive digital television.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationProceedings of the Second European Conference on Interactive Television: Enhancing the Experience
    Pages186-190
    Publication statusPublished - 2004
    MoE publication typeNot Eligible
    Event2nd European Conference on Interactive Television, EuroITV 2004: Enhancing the Experience - Brighton, United Kingdom
    Duration: 31 Mar 20042 Apr 2004
    Conference number: 2

    Conference

    Conference2nd European Conference on Interactive Television, EuroITV 2004
    Abbreviated titleEuroITV 2004
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    CityBrighton
    Period31/03/042/04/04

    Keywords

    • Color appearance
    • image processing
    • MHP
    • Java

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    Laine, J., & Kojo, M. (2004). A colour adjustment application for MHP terminals. In Proceedings of the Second European Conference on Interactive Television: Enhancing the Experience (pp. 186-190)