Working Space Authors
Various RGB working spaces have been designed to exchange the colorimetric interpretation of the RGB color values. Some
have derived from color television standards, while others have emerged as a result of research efforts of various individuals.
- BestRGB and DonRGB4 were developed by Don Hutcheson <www.hutchcolor.com>.
- Beta RGB was designed by Bruce Lindbloom <www.brucelindbloom.com>
as an optimized capture, archiving and editing space for high-end digital imaging applications.
- BruceRGB was developed by Bruce Fraser as a conservative-gamut space for dealing with 8-bit imagery that needs heavy editing.
- ECI-RGB was developed by the European Color Initiative <www.eci.org>.
- Ekta Space PS5 was developed by Joseph Holmes <www.josephholmes.com>
for high quality storage of image data from scans of transparencies.
- sRGB was jointly developed by Microsoft and Hewlett-Packard <www.srgb.com> as
a color standard designed primarily for office, home and web users.
Additional information about these and other working spaces may be found on the RGB Working Space Information page.