Characterizing the color space of a device with color profiles
Color profiles characterize the color spaces for devices such as LCD monitors, printers, scanners, and cameras. Color profiles, also known as ICC profiles, are defined by the International Color Consortium (ICC) and enable the accurate representation of colors as well as conversion between color spaces.
For example, color profiles enable a user to convert an image from an LCD monitor using RGB (red, green, and blue) to a printer using CMYK (cyan, magenta, yellow, and black). Color spaces include RGB, NTSC, YCbCr, CMYK, and L*a*b*.
For more detail, see Image Processing Toolbox.
Examples and How To
See also: image segmentation, image analysis, image thresholding, image enhancement, image reconstruction, image transform, digital image processing, image processing and computer vision, Steve on Image Processing, edge detection, image registration, affine transformation, lab color