If an image, for example a company logo, is shown on different devices the degree of colour consistency amongst this set of stimuli can be defined as common or consistent colour appearance (CCA). In this work, a procedure which is able to evaluate CCA is developed for the first time. A psychophysical experiment is presented with which the existence of CCA is proofed. For the evaluation of CCA, the colour naming approach from  is consistently continued and a measuring tool is developed. In addition, the correctness of the measuring tool is tested on the basis of the experiment. This work is based on two psychophysical experiments, the first to proof CCA, the second to create the colour naming database. This setup is very general and can therefore also be applied to other cultures in order to develop a measuring tool for CCA.
Marco Mattuschka, Andreas Kraushaar, Philipp Tröster, Jaqueline Wittmann, "Consistent colour appearance - A novel measurement approach" in Proc. IS&T 27th Color and Imaging Conf., 2019, pp 314 - 319, https://doi.org/10.2352/issn.2169-2629.2019.27.57