The purposes of this study was to investigate the chromatic adaptation and adaptive whites on a display under various ambient lighting conditions with different chromaticity and illuminance. An image including black text and white background was rendered by means of the CAT02 chromatic adaptation transform, into 42 different white stimuli varying at 6 CCTs and 7 Duv levels. Twenty observers assessed the neutral white evaluations of each color stimulus via psychophysical experiments. The optimization based on the neutral white stimulus under each ambient lighting condition suggested a lower degree of chromatic adaptation under the conditions with a lower CCT and a lower illuminance level. The results were used to model the adaptive display white and the incomplete adaptation factor (D) for CAT02 under different ambient illumiantions.
Rui Peng, Ming Ronnier Luo, Mingkai Cao, "Modelling incomplete chromatic adaptation on a display under different ambient illuminations" in Proc. IS&T 27th Color and Imaging Conf., 2019, pp 231 - 236, https://doi.org/10.2352/issn.2169-2629.2019.27.41