Colour Management Software
EIZO’s bespoke software has been specially developed to bring out the best of all our monitors, putting you in complete control of all 16 million colours. From calibration and network coordination to screen splitting and colour universal design, it’s all at your fingertips.
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ColorNavigator is EIZO’s leading calibration software, syncing with the internal Look-Up Table to give you up-to-date, reliable colours time after time. You can use one of the existing preset values for printing, web design and photography, or set your own values for brightness, white point, and gamma. It can also be used to record paper white measurements, prioritise grey balance and emulate other media devices such as tablets and smart phones.
ColorNavigator NX is a similar calibration device to ColorNavigator, but works with the CG series to give you remote management over multiple devices from a single location. Settings are also stored in the monitor itself, so there’s no requirement to recalibrate your screen when connecting to a separate PC.
ColorNavigator Network coordinates calibration settings across multiple monitors, saving you the time and effort of calibrating each monitor individually. The values are set by a single administrator in one location, making it ideal for post production studios, printing houses, and other enterprises who want to make sure everyone’s seeing images in precisely the same way.
ScreenSlicer allows you to divide up your monitor into grids to help organise your windows and make better use of your working display. You can use a number of existing templates or design your own using horizontal and vertical guidelines. Once installed you can simply drag and drop windows and it automatically snaps them to the correct size.
UniColor Pro has been specially developed by EIZO in collaboration with the Color Universal Design Organization (CUDO) based in Tokyo, Japan. It works by simulating the way colourblind people see certain colours, identifying any that may be difficult to distinguish between, and creating a more effective, distinctive display through colour universal design. It works across printed materials, website and videos.