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Monitor Calibration

Discussion in 'General Software & Hardware Forum:' started by scu1pture, Jun 13, 2009.

  1. scu1pture

    scu1pture Junior Member

    does any one use monitor calibrators?
    if so, what method/equipment do you use?

    any that you would recommend?
  2. tim

    tim Senior Member

    May be irrelevant:

    if you're looking to connect two Macs...

    Mac : abyssoft - teleport

    Otherwise, I'm not too sure. Just a free link up for future reference anyway.
  3. mrp2049

    mrp2049 Senior Member

    I've seen a bug that gets attached to your monitor that gives you a "true" colour, but it is like £110! I'll look for the link later.
  4. Levi

    Levi Moderator Staff Member

    I'll be honest. I don't currently use a proper tool (although that will change shortly, getting a spyder3) but I suppose my work isn't quite so colour critical as say a purely print designer.
  5. scu1pture

    scu1pture Junior Member

    unfortunately, i still use PC for my design..
    (i know, i know.. Mac for design..PC for the bin.. )

    anyway, i was looking at the spyder or pantone huey type things for calibration...or any other make .
    any advice would be kindly welcomed
  6. tim

    tim Senior Member

    You're awesome :p
  7. br3n

    br3n Senior Member

    Design is design, Doesn't matter what you use to create it.
  8. tim

    tim Senior Member

    True, it's just a jokelton.f
  9. scu1pture

    scu1pture Junior Member

    "Design is design, Doesn't matter what you use to create it"

    i dont know if what this produced could ever be called 'design' :p
  10. tim

    tim Senior Member

    lol :p

    but I see what Br3n's saying.

    Tracey Emin's "Bed" thingy was interpreted as art/design despite the fact some people think she just got up one morning and took a picture :p
  11. TomStutt

    TomStutt Senior Member

    ive used a spyder 2 pro before and it worked great.

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