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Xinyue Mao, Xifeng Zheng, Ruiguang Wang, Hongbin Cheng, Yu Chen, "Variation of LED Display Color Affected by Chromaticity and Luminance of LED Display Primary Colors", Mathematical Problems in Engineering, vol. 2020, Article ID 1612931, 14 pages, 2020. https://doi.org/10.1155/2020/1612931
Variation of LED Display Color Affected by Chromaticity and Luminance of LED Display Primary Colors
Abstract
In recent years, the effect of LED display is increasingly important in the LED display field. Primary colors’ chromaticity and luminance of LED display as crucial elements influence the LED display color. Therefore, there is a need for color mapping algorithms that indicate the relationship between primary colors and display color’s chromaticity and luminance. In this paper, two mathematical models have been developed. One has shown the display color’s chromaticity and luminance affected by luminance of primary colors change. The other one has shown a complicated relationship that primary color is mixed by other primary colors to change chromaticity first and then the mixed primary is used as “new LED primary color.” In both mathematical models, CIE xyY color space was used as the mutual color space; thus, there was a specific variation tendency of colors with luminance or chromaticity of primary colors change in this color space. The newly designed mathematical models can consistently guide us how to acquire the desired display color by changing luminance or chromaticity of primary colors. Therefore, it has important engineering application value.
1. Introduction
Light emitting diode (LED) display is the mainstream display device used in various fields because of the advantages of high color saturation, high brightness, high contrast, and large display [1, 2]. Keeping better display is one of the key research directions.
LED display is composed of lots of display pixels, and each display pixel is composed of three light emitting chips as red, green, and blue (RGB) which are defined as LED display primary colors to show colorful and vivid images in different proportions. Gamut, the range of color that a display can handle, is defined by the chromaticity and maximum luminance of the primary colors [3, 4]. The characteristic of each color such as luminance and chromaticity represented on the LED display is impossible to be beyond gamut and is influenced by LED display primary colors’ luminance and chromaticity [5–7]. Actually, the characteristics of display colors are concerned by people in different application scenarios. Therefore, it is essential to adjust the display colors performance corresponding to people demand by changing luminance and chromaticity of primary colors in a specific method rather than arbitrary one. Such as a common condition where high saturation of the LED display primary colors is demanded, variation of display color’s luminance and chromaticity is singly related to primary colors’ luminance change as well as chromaticity of primary colors constant. Gamut of LED display and saturation of primary colors are still constant after changing [8]. The method in this condition is called primary color luminance match (PCLM). It is obvious that PCLM coefficients are the crucial factors to affect variation of display color’s luminance and chromaticity. In order to make the PCLM applicable for all kinds of LED, we establish the mathematical model in the default deviceindependent color space CIE1931, which relates the tristimulus parameters X, Y, Z to the luminance R, G, and B of the primary colors of the LED display.
There are several wellknown mathematical models that demonstrate the relationship between characteristics of display colors and the digital input values (RGB). Mobile Display Characterization and Illumination Model (MDCIM) represented by Kirchner strongly improves color reproduction accuracy of a typical mobile OLED display [9]. This model can predict and control the color performance displays during a large ambient illuminance levels range. Onedimensional lookup tables (LUTs), represented by Ellen A. Day, dynamically recreate the optimization of the matrix coefficients to accurately display colors [10]. LUT model represented by Mark D. Fairchild and David R. Wyble has established a 3 × 3 primary transform matrix for colorimetric characterization of this display on the LCD [11]. All of the above models describe the transformation of digital input values (RGB) to the XYZ, providing a more accurate mathematical method to predict and control the color performance of mobile displays. However, these models fail represent in detail the track of the display color in the threedimensional space CIE xyY (CIE1931) with the little digital input values change. An additional important reason related to tendency predicting is compensating LED display color drift, which is caused by the temperature, small current, and control device. What is more important is that some requirements aim to reduce gamut by decreasing saturation of primary colors due to the wide gamut of LED display. Hence, it is necessary for primary color mixed by other primary colors to reduce the saturation. Then, the mixed primary color is used as “new LED primary color” [12]. For example, the red primary color, mixed with green primary color, will turn to yellow; then, the yellow color will be a new LED primary color. This implies that every element of the mixed primary color has changed with the percent of mixing when primary color of “new LED primary color” has changed.
At present, there is little research on this case. Thus, in the present article, a mathematical model is developed to illustrate clearly the relationship between “new LED primary color” and display color. This method is called mixed primary color luminance match with primary color chromaticity match (PCCM& MPCLM). Similar to PCLM, PCCM&MPCLM coefficients are the crucial factors to affect variation of display color’s luminance and chromaticity too. Consequently, a mathematical model of PCCM&MPCLM coefficients related to variation of display color’s luminance and chromaticity is developed.
Both mathematical models are researched in the threedimensional space CIE xyY to represent the relationship between variation of LED display color and the primary colors luminance and chromaticity change.
2. Color Space Transformation and Gamut of LED Display
Color space, as a mathematical model, is presented by three or four values of color components for the purpose of describing the colors under a particular standard, such as the RGB, HSV, CIE , and CIE color space. Color space can be broadly split into two basic types: the deviceindependent color space and the devicedependent color space [13]. CIE color space as the deviceindependent color space produced the same color whatever color input or output device is used. Therefore, it is necessary to develop both mathematical models in the CIE color space so that the same color on different LED displays represents the same luminance and chromaticity. The formula, RGB of the LED display transforming into CIE color space, is expressed as follows:where H represents the coefficient matrix of transformation. are the percentage of RGB, respectively, and are tristimulus values of CIE color space. Besides, represents luminance in addition to tristimulus value. According to the principle of chroma, the proportion of tristimulus is actually used to represent chromaticity of the color instead of tristimulus values in CIE color space, as expressed in
However, the chromaticity of the color can be represented using on account of in CIE color space. Hence, it takes and as the two chromaticity axes of color, which are perpendicular to each other to form the chromaticity plane. The point on the plane represents the chromaticity information of the color; thus, is called the chromaticity coordinate of the color. In addition, it takes as the luminance axe of color perpendicular to chromaticity plane. A threedimensional space, formed by three axes , contains both luminance and chromaticity characteristics of the color and each point in this threedimensional space expresses an independent color. Figure 1(a) shows the chromaticity plane in CIE color space. Figure 1(b) shows the threedimensional space of CIE color space.
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According to Grassmann's law, as a coefficient matrix in formula (1) can be expressed as . are the chromaticity coordinate of ; are the chromaticity coordinate of , and are the chromaticity coordinate of . Generally, the chromaticity of RGB is known and is definite when the LED display is working. Otherwise, , as the undetermined coefficient, are indispensable to acquire . Therefore, this paper selects the CIE D65 illuminant as the reference light source which has the specific tristimulus, substituting the tristimulus and chromaticity coordinates of RGB into formula (1). Then, has been acquired.
The points , , and , as the three points of the triangle constituting the gamut of LED display, are used to draw a triangle in the chromaticity plane of CIE color space. This triangle has been defined as the chroma triangle. Figure 2(a) shows the chroma triangle. Furthermore, in formula (1) have been instead of the percentage of the maximum luminance in its maximum luminance. Consequently, the real luminance and chromaticity of RGB have developed a definite mathematical relationship with tristimulus values and chromaticity coordinates as illustrated in
However, chromaticity of RGB cannot cover the entire visible spectrum and the luminance of RGB cannot be infinite actually. So, the chroma triangle of LED in Figure 2(a) is a subset of the CIE color space chromaticity plan, and threedimensional space is a subset of the CIE threedimensional space too as expressed in Figure 2(b).
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According to formula (3), the luminance and chromaticity of RGB in CIE color space are related to the luminance and chromaticity of RGB themselves. Consequently, the formula as the basic formula has been used to research and analyze the variation of display color by the primary colors coefficients of PCLM and the variation of the display color by the primary colors coefficients of PCCM&MPCLM in this paper.
3. Variation of the Display Color by the Primary Colors Coefficients of PCLM
It is well known that LED display is lightemitting by itself against LCD which needs the fluorescent backlight [14]. Chromaticity of primary colors simply influenced by electric current flowing through channels is not subjected to interference of background light. In addition, LED is the passive driven semiconductor device and not the same with AMOLED (active matrix organic light emitting diode) [15]. Each primary color channel is individually controlled by PWM (pulse width modulation), which is derived from driving the control device. It means that the channel of primary colors is independent. Therefore, we can adjust the input value of each channel arbitrarily without affecting other channels.
The initial luminance of the LED is assumed to be ,, and and the primary colors coefficients of PCLM are , , and (, , and ). Plugging ,, , , , and into formula (3) acquires the following formula:
For purpose of acquiring the variation of luminance and chromaticity after PCLM, this can take the difference between formula (4) and formula (3) to acquire a new formula; then, equations , , and have plugged into the new formula to acquirewhere , , and are variation of with a direction, as the point movement in this threedimensional space expressing the color’s luminance and chromaticity transformation trend. According to the spectral characteristics of the primary colors, the chromaticity coordinates of RGB have the relationship as , . Otherwise, in the CIE color space, the equation exists and has a relationship that . Formula (5)clearly illustrates that the variations of chromaticity coordinates and have the nonlinear relationship with the coefficients of PCLM as well as RGB initial luminance. On the contrary, the variation of which is unrelated to RGB initial luminance has the linear relationship with the coefficients of PCLM.
So, it is assumed that , , and are equal and constant; , , and related to , , and are expressed in Figures 3(a)–3(c).
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When , , and are the same, not only has a bigger variation related to than and but also has the opposite change trend with to and ; not only has a bigger variation related to than and but also has the opposite change trend with to and . Moreover, increasing with positive , , and has a bigger variation related to than and . Else, , , and influenced by two of , , and at the same time in the threedimensional space are expressed in Figure 4.
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While “a” has illustrated the influence of and , “b” has illustrated the influence of and ; “c” has illustrated the influence of and . It is pretty obvious in Figure 4 that the color can reach any point in threedimensional space by changing , , and in a certain proportion. In conclusion, that variation of the LED display color’s luminance and chromaticity depends on the variations proportion of primary colors. Meanwhile, the variation rule fits formula (5).
The aforementioned analysis is aimed at the variation of colors , , and when the luminance of RGB has been changed. Next, the inverse function of formula (5) has been developed to analyze how to change luminance of RGB to conform with the definite , , and , as expressed in where are composite functions as illustrated in
This formula has a mapping relationship to formula (5). This implies that we can make full use of the equation in formula (7) to adjust the luminance of RGB to reach the point in threedimensional space we need. According to formulas (5) and (7), there is a definite mapping between RGB’s luminance and display color’s luminance and chromaticity.
4. Variation of the Display Color by the Primary Colors Coefficients of PCCM&MPCLM
In some special circumstances, it is impossible to simply use PCLM to acquire the display color user desired. Thus, a complicated method called PCCM&MPCLM as an innovative and novel mathematical model developed in this section is used in these circumstances. PCCM&MPCLM means mixing one primary color of RGB with other two primary colors or one primary color; afterwards, mixture color, as the new primary color, will be used to display the color on the LED display instead of the previous RGB. It has different characteristics with PCLM, because PCLM has changed luminance of RGB to transform the chromaticity and luminance of color without changing the chromaticity coordinates of RGB. However, the PCCM&MPCLM has changed the chromaticity coordinates and color saturation of RGB. In practice, it is frequent to change the chromaticity coordinates and color saturation of RGB on account of the wide color gamut which is undesired. Hence, it has firstly used PCCM to change the chromaticity coordinates of RGB and then to transform luminance of the new RGB after PCCM used MPCLM. It is a very complicated and difficult process. In this section, the process has been analyzed.
There is an assumption that and are size of and which has matched; therefore, the real color when LED solely displays is a mixture color defined as chroma primary color (CPCR). The mathematical expression of CPCR is , where is defined as PCCM coefficient of . Besides , a mixture of matched by and whose sizes are and defined as chroma primary color (CPCG); is defined as PCCM coefficient of for mathematical expression ; a mixture of matched by and whose sizes are and defined as chroma primary color (CPCB). is defined as PCCM coefficient of for mathematical expression . The three mixture colors used as the new primary colors instead of expressed by formula (1) to display image have an absolutely mapping relation with PCCM coefficients as expressed in where is the sum of red in three mixture colors defined as mixture primary color (MPCR), is the sum of green in three mixture colors defined as mixture primary color (MPCG), and is the sum of blue in three mixture colors defined as mixture primary color (MPCB).
Then, taking , , and into formula (3) obtains where and are chromaticity coordinates of color by PCCM. According to this formula, the chromaticity coordinate of CPCR is and the chromaticity coordinate of CPCR is . Seriously and , as the variation of and , have decreased the saturation of . It means that, after PCCM, the CPCR cannot reach the previous color in any way with gamut lost. Moreover, the luminance of CPCR has a bigger variation than before with some brightness level lost. The chromaticity coordinates and of CPCG are and and the chromaticity coordinates and of CPCB are . Characteristics of CPCG and CPCB are similar to CPCR indisputably. The gamut constituted by CPCR, CPCG, and CPCB is smaller than the gamut of PCCM as expressed in Figure 5.
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It is determined that the hue and luminance LED displaying wholly under the gamut in Figure 5 are less than before. Under these circumstances, any PCCM coefficients changed will cause some variation in mixture primary colors. So, the variations of CPCR, CPCG, and CPCB are defined as , , and . Meanwhile, the variations of MPCR, MPCG, and MPCB, as final color chromaticity variations, are , , and . The following formula has shown the complicated relationship:where and are variation of color chromaticity by PCCM first and MPCLM second. On account of formula (10), , , and , affected by more parameters such as , , , , , and than , , and in the third section, are extremely complicated.
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It is obvious that when all of PCCM coefficients are equal to zero, , , and are the same to , , and . There is an assumption that the initial value of , , and is equal; in other words, the difference between CPCR, CPCG, and CPCB is mainly due to respective PCCM coefficients. Furthermore, initial values of MPCR, MPCG, and MPCB and the variation of MPCR, MPCG, and MPCB are also affected by PCCM coefficients so that , , and are only related to PCCM coefficients and the size of CPCR, CPCG, and CPCB change. Hence, , , and affected by PCCM coefficients and change of CPCR, CPCG, and CPCB have been described in detail in subsequent analysis.
All of PCCM coefficients of RGB are constant without zero conforming to . The MPCR, MPCG, and MPCB are , , and . To gradually increase the luminance of CPCR, CPCG, and CPCB under the condition of , the variation values of MPCR, MPCG, and MPCB are relevant to their PCCM coefficients and magnitude of the change in CPCR, CPCG, and CPCB, respectively.
According to formula (8), variations of , , and have been influenced by two aspects, one is the luminance change of CPCR, CPCG, and CPCB, and the other one is PCCM coefficients. Meanwhile, luminance changes of CPCR, CPCG, and CPCB are connected with the PCCM coefficients because LED’s are less than one after changing. First, to change CPCR with CPCG and CPCB constant, the PCCM coefficients are the major factors impacting , , and . In this condition that CPCR is increasing, is more than zero no matter which one of is larger. Meanwhile, absolute value of gradually decreases as increases. has different relation between and such that is less than zero at the beginning and then it is equal to zero at some point, going to be greater than zero at the end as increases. But when is increasing, is always less than zero with a decreasing trend. In other condition that CPCR is decreasing, is less than zero no matter which one of is larger. Absolute value of gradually decreases as or increases. will be more than zero at the beginning and then it is equal to zero at some point, going to be less than zero at the end as increases. However, as increases, is always more than zero and is gradually increasing. Figure 6 shows this relationship.
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Second, to change CPCG with CPCR and CPCB constant, the PCCM coefficients are the major factors impacting , , and . In this condition that CPCG is increasing, is less than zero no matter which one of is larger. Meanwhile, absolute value of gradually decreases as increases or decreases. is always more than zero and absolute value gradually decreases as or increases. In other condition that CPCG is decreasing, is always more than zero and absolute value gradually is increasing as decreases or increases. is always less than zero and absolute value gradually decreases as or increases. Figure 7 shows this relationship.
Third, to change CPCB with CPCR and CPCG constant, the PCCM coefficients are the major factors impacting , , and . In this condition that CPCB is increasing, is always more than zero and absolute value gradually is increasing as decreases or increases. In other condition that CPCB is decreasing, is always less than zero and absolute value is gradually decreasing as or increases. is always more less zero and absolute value gradually decreases as or increases. Figure 8 shows this relationship.
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The above analysis mainly explains the variation trend and variation value of the color which is affected by the primary colors coefficients of PCCM&MPCLM in the threedimensional space. When the variation trend and variation value of the color are known, how to change the primary colors coefficients of PCCM&MPCLM is similar to the analysis in part three. So, there will not be a detailed analysis in this paper.
5. Experimental Verification and Error Analysis
There are a large number of very famous LED manufacturers all over the world, such as Samsung, Sony, Leyard, and Cedar. A module or a box manufactured by these manufacturers as the basic part consists of a whole display screen. A module or box can be assembled into variety sizes display in a certain amount and manner conforming to application requirement of users, such as the monitor display in the conference room, stage screen, and cinema screen. Chroma and luminance characteristics of all modules or boxes under the same production condition such as machine, materials, and technique are extremely similar.
Therefore, in this present article, we implement the experiment using a box manufactured by Cedar, in which chroma and luminance characteristics can represent the whole display screen. The red, green, and blue light chips of the box are manufactured by HC SEMITEK, a Chinese company. The characteristics of the red, green, and blue light chips such as electric current, wavelength coverage, and luminance range are demonstrated in the specification [16]. However, since chromaticity coordinates of the red, green, and blue are not illustrated in the specification, we perform the measure to red, green, and blue, respectively, using the Konica Minolta spectroradiometer CS2000, according to the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) standards [17]. Luminance measurement range of the spectroradiometer is from 0.003 cd/m^{2} to 5,000 cd/m^{2} at one degree. Precision of chromaticity coordinate is and precision of chromaticity coordinate is . In the present article, we adjust the digital inputs of red, green, and blue channels to the maximum used control system under normal light conditions, so that luminance of each primary color is maximized. Then, we use CS2000 to measure the luminance and chromaticity coordinate of each primary color, respectively. Therefore, primary chromaticity coordinates of LED display used in experiment are , , and . The value of is obtained by substituting the value of D65 light source triple stimulus into formula (1). So, is equal to 0.9372, is equal to 0.8373, and is equal to 1.2644. The max luminance of R is equal to 720 nit, max luminance of G is equal to 1200 nit, and max luminance of G is equal to 500 nit. Then, luminance of RGB is normalized separately. The initial luminance of RGB is defined as 0.5. Then, to change the primary colors coefficients of PCLM first and the primary colors coefficients of PCCM&MPCLM second, we have the following.
First, the step size of changing the primary colors coefficients of PCLM is equal to 0.2 from −0.2 to 0.2. So, the chromaticity and luminance variation of the color calculated by formula and measured actually have been illustrated in Table 1.

Second, the step size of changing the primary colors coefficients of PCCM is equal to 0.02. Then, changing the primary colors coefficients of MPCLM used the new primary colors after PCCM. There is a huge number of different combinations of primary colors coefficients PCCM&MPCLM. So, we just pick a few cases at random where the chromaticity and luminance variation of the color calculated by formula and measured actually have been illustrated in Table 2.

In Table 1, we differ the calculated value from the measured value to acquire the normalized error, as illustrated in the following:where are errors of between calculated value and measured value as shown in Figure 9.
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In Figure 9, the max error of PCLM between calculated value and measured value is 0.76% and the max error of PCCM and PCLM between calculated value and measured value is 0.70%.
6. Conclusions
Two mathematical models have been developed specifically to indicate the variation of LED display color affected by chromaticity and luminance of LED display primary colors. The derivation of two models accounts for the fact that LED primary colors are variable in different application environments. It is necessary to establish an appropriate model for mapping LED primary colors (RGB) to tristimulus values such as XYZ, as well as backward mapping from XYZ to LED primary colors. Although other papers have indicated characterization models to establish the transformation between RGB and XYZ, an important case that one primary color mixed by the other one or two primary colors to reduce the saturation as well as mixing primary colors as “new LED primary colors” has been ignored. Therefore, the mathematical models are beneficial to investigate the relationship between variation of primary colors (luminance and chromaticity) and variation of LED display colors.
The first mathematical model represents variation of LED display color affected by the luminance of LED display primary colors. Based on this mathematical model, LED display color can be adjusted as users preferring by changing LED primary colors luminance. The second mathematical model used in some special circumstances represents variation of LED display color affected by the chromaticity and luminance of LED primary colors. It has illustrated that a complicated process luminance of LED primary colors is adjusted with chromaticity of LED primary colors changing, so that the LED display color variation is complicated. Nevertheless, in this mathematical model, the gamut of LED display is smaller than the first mathematical model and it will lose the same colors after changing. Therefore, users can adjust the LED primary colors by using the appropriate mathematical model to acquire the display color users need.
Data Availability
The data used to support the findings of this study are included within the article.
Conflicts of Interest
The authors declare that they have no conflicts of interest.
Acknowledgments
This work was supported by the National Key Reasearch and Development Program of China (no. 2017YFB0404800) and and Jilin Province Key Science and Technology Research and Development Project (no. 20180201116GX).
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