If Franz finds out you're using Fluorescent's, you're in big trouble!
I think that was made evident in those several years old Photo.net discussions I linked to, Andrew. I have no trouble at all with my flotubes.
I just wish Frans would add something new to the discussion if he's that knowledgeable about the subject of color science and the lights that affect human perception.
I have to say after reading that CIE pdf more thoroughly, I couldn't find any new information that was helpful or useful in the field.
So I take it that doctorate thesis is based on (1) color analyzer's perception of a 5200K calibrated display's representation of a gray VW automobile image in comparison to a hard copy viewed under a 5000K GTI viewing booth? Where the result of which caused that one color analyzer to edit the image on the display as green to get a match?
I hope the CIE doesn't take that as evidence to change their entire color perception model to accommodate that one person's perception of 5000K rendering of neutral on a display vs a GTI viewing booth.
Or was there something else I missed in that article?