Self Color Calibration

The best way to calibrate a display device would be by using a colorimeter which precisely measures the color a device outputs, but when you don’t have one of these at hand you’d still like to have more accurate colors, which is where the EDID cames in place.

EDID is a chunk of data that most modern display devices provide that give us information about the monitor’s model, make, size and even about colors! The colord-kde implementation already makes use of all this info to provide information about which display device you are dealing with, and now it also creates a self-calibration file (ICC) that is automatically loaded when the kded process is started (or when you plug your monitor).

Autogenerated ICC Profile

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Self Color Calibration