ArgyllCMS gets support for Spyder4 and ColorHug colorimeters
Argyll, a free color management system, got another update that brings support for new colorimeters as well as some new features.
The new version for a support for ColorVision Spyder4 series of devices. Spyd4en is required for access to a full range of the manufacturer's calibrations, and the Spyder4 can use .ccss calibration files as well. While at that, Graeme also speeded up all Spyder instrument readings on brighter colors.
The new version also has an experimental support for ColorHug — an open colorimeter by Richard Hughes. The code isn't used by default, because it doesn't yet work reliably on all the Argyll supported platforms.
Finally, Argyll can now make use of NEC SpectraSensor Pro version of the i1 Display 3.
Speaking of ColorVision products, Argyll got a support for SpyderCheckr — a target for calibrating/profiling DSLRs.
The new version also got accurate refresh period calibration which is essential for some devices, and spotread now has a -V option to allow tracking reading consistency.
As usual, you can download Argyll for Linux, Mac and Windows.