There is no suitable colour display calibration objective for medical imaging displays designed to display colour images
Define a set of colour spaces and ICC profiles for medical displays using the GSDF as the greyscale 'Medical RGB Color Space - mRGB'
Questions to be considered:
- How should the effect of ambient illumination be incorporated in the model? What is expected when the ambient illumination changes?
- The gloss / directional imaging characteristics of the display can significantly change the appearance. What (if any) are the requirements for display uniformity.
- The neutral scale has been defined to be DICOM GSDF but what is the expectation for chromatic colours?
- Organisations: AAPM WGMD, ICC
Project coordinator: Michael Flynn
Medical Imaging Working Group main page.
16 January 2014 telecon Minutes | Audio recording
See the Medical Imaging Working Group main page for details of upcoming meetings.
ICC White Paper 44: Visualization of colour on medical displays
International Display Metrology Standard
Virtual Display Color Processor code
Does the choice of display system influence perception and visibility of clinically
relevant features in digital pathology images? Presentation by Tom Kimpe
Profiling a color display without changing its calibration state
FDA Draft Guidance on Display Devices for Diagnostic Radiology - with notes from review
FDA Draft Guidance on Display Devices for Diagnostic Radiology - with MIWG comments