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Colour Correction

Colour correction (or "colour calibration") is used to align the single colour sources (R, G and B) of a show laser. This allows the colours of a laser to be matched to other light sources, such as spotlights or LED screens. The settings for colour correction can be changed in the laser software and involve colour balance, max. power output for each colour source and the response behaviour of the individual colour channels via adjustable curves.

Colour correction is also used to match several laser systems to each other (white balance). This can be done via the Admin Tool for laser systems with integrated ShowNET mainboard. You can also calibrate the output power of the colour channels via DMX or ArtNet and save the settings to the laser system.

Please note: To use colour correction, the show laser(s) must be capable of analog modulation, which means that each individual laser source must be dimmable.

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