PANTONE Releases SkinTone Validated Display Accuracy Standards The “human skin color” of the screen

Many people may have seen monitors or notebooks in high-end models pasting the Validated label from PANTONE through their eyes. This is a mark that indicates that the monitor provides accurate colors in accordance with PANTONE’s Matching System, which the latest company. Want to raise the standard to the next level by announcing SkinTone Validated To cover the range of human skin color that varies by up to 110 different ethnicities.

At CES Las Vegas, a few of BenQ’s SkinTone Validated monitors were also showcased, including the DesignVue PD and PhotoVue SW series of monitors for designers and professional photographers.

Skin tone distortion has been a digital problem for a very long time. Especially for people with dark skin, it’s mostly distorted from the source in the process of photography. Google has previously turned its attention to this as well. by collaborating with photographers Film director, artist, and other related professions Teach Wittaya Paridit to learn and understand the various shades of human skin from thousands of images. and adapted to the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro.

source: Pantone