Here we go again
Andrew, I'll leave this fight for you.
I don't know what to say about this.
I'm not here to fight with anyone. I saw a few posts, said a few simple things, and I'm not the one who's using words or making statements like:
"questionable marketing specs"
"Raw material? What the heck is that supposed to mean and be?"
"First you make up a name for an instrument that has spectral in it"
Why would anyone like me (who develops color management software) want to come into a forum like this and be greeted by this kind of response?
Andrew, I worked for several years at Integrated Color Solutions as one of the primary developers on all of their basICColor software product line and also on portions of their Remote Director product, all of which (as you probably know) is based on spectral data when the measurements are taken with a sensor that supports it... including Display3 for both Integrated Color and Color Solutions, when used with an EyeOne. I think I know a little more about this than you're giving me credit for.
If anyone would like to have a reasonable discourse about any of this, then I'd be willing to continue, but with all due respect, this is a bunch of nonsense and I'm not going to get into a war of words with you over it.
Senior Software Developer, Digital Color Solutions