|Domain||Color space, color model|
In the CIE 1931 xy chromaticity diagram the DCI-P3 color space covers 45.5% of all chromaticities and 86.9% of Pointer’s gamut. In the CIE 1976 u’v’ chromaticity diagram the coverage is 41.7% and 85.5% respectively. The blue primary color is the same as sRGB and Adobe RGB; the red primary color is a monochromatic light source and has a wavelength of 615 nm. DCI-P3 was defined by the Digital Cinema Initiatives (DCI) organization and published by the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE) in SMPTE EG 432-1 and SMPTE RP 431-2. As a step towards the implementation of the significantly wider Rec. 2020 it is expected to see adoption in television systems and in the home cinema domain.
On November 10, 2010, SMPTE published SMPTE EG 432-1:2010.
On April 6, 2011, SMPTE published SMPTE RP 431-2:2011.
Officially supported DCI-P3 color space can be reproduced on a released in 2008 HP LP2480zx monitor, known as first "HP DreamColor". The P3 gamut also can be reproduced on a released in 2010 EliteBook mobile workstation.
In September 2014, Eizo introduced during a fair trade Photokina in Germany the CG-318 - the first professional 4K monitor with supporting of P3 color space.
In September 2015, Apple's iMac desktop became the first consumer computer with a built-in wide-gamut display, supporting the P3 color space.
In March and September 2016, Apple's 9.7-inch iPad Pro, iPhone 7 and 7 Plus released with a display supporting P3 color; released in October 2016, new MacBook Pro also featuring support for P3.
In October 2016, Microsoft's Surface Studio desktop computer was unveiled, featuring P3 wide color.
In May, 2018, OnePlus launched the OnePlus 6 which also like its predecessor covers completely the DCI-P3 color space. Also Xiaomi Mi8 covers completely the DCI-P3 color space.
In January 2019, Asus launched the PQ22UC, a portable 21.6-inch 4K OLED screen with 99% DCI-P3 colour gamut that can run over USB-C.
In June 2019, Apple introduced the Pro Display XDR, a 32-inch 6K (6016 x 3384) screen with DCI-P3 10-bit color, and 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio.
In November 2020, Apple released a new MacBook Air with their own custom silicon and a new display capable of P3 wide color.
|Color space||White point||CCT||Primary colors|
|P3-D60 (ACES Cinema)||0.32168||0.33767||6000||0.680||0.320||0.265||0.690||0.150||0.060|
DCI-P3 uses a simple 2.6 gamma curve, a white luminance of 48 cd/m2, and a whitepoint with a correlated daylight temperature of ~6300K, though it is not on the Planckian locus and is slightly greener, the result of optimizing for best light output with xenon lamp projectors. Blue is the same as in BT.709.
Display P3 is a color space created by Apple Inc. It uses the DCI-P3 primaries but with a D65 white point which is much more common among computer-display colorspaces (sRGB and AdobeRGB both use D65). Also unlike DCI-P3's 1/2.6 pure gamma curve, Display P3 uses the sRGB transfer curve (EOTF and thus display referred), which, for comparison purposes, could be approximated to a 1/2.2 gamma curve.
DCI-P3+ and Cinema Gamut
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An expanded gamut known as the DCI-P3+ color space is also available, which in turn is a smaller version of the Cinema Gamut color space. DCI-P3+ uses a green-tinted white point with a correlated color temperature of 6300K. Cinema Gamut is specified as having a D65 white point.
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