Article | 01-September-2015
light source in comparison to an ideal light source. The Correlated Color Temperature (CCT) is used to characterize light sources by representing the color as the temperature of a black body in Kelvin that shows nearly the same chromaticity as the analyzed light source. Using spectral information to determine the values in the XYZ space and deriving the calculation described in the standard is the best way to estimate the value of the CCT and the CRI. In this work, we implement a method to classify
J.-S. Botero V.,
F.-E. López G.,
J.-F. Vargas B.
International Journal on Smart Sensing and Intelligent Systems, Volume 8 , ISSUE 3, 1505–1524