Title: Quantifying LCD UniformityI recently purchased an Eizo CE210 LCD and was not happy with the the lack of both grey balance and luminance across the panel. There was a visible blue cast and flare in the left 25% of a 21” monitor. For calibration I tried both the Color NavigatorCE and Monaco Optix Pro. When using the Monaco Optix Pro, you have the option to Evaluate the Monitor Profile. If I do an Evaluation with the puck in the same location as where the calibration was done, I get a Delta E of slightly more than 1. If I place the puck and run the evaluation in the bluish region on the left, I get a Delta E of 5 – 6. Both evaluations were done almost immediately after the calibrations. Is this a valid method of quantifying what I find is an unacceptable, for color critical work, lack of uniformity?
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