Definitions for "Color Bar"
A video test pattern used to test the brightness and hue of a display unit. It contains six colors: yellow, cyan, green, magenta, red, and blue. There are other variations on the basic color bar which include white and black.
a color test pattern consisting of yellow, cyan, green, magenta, red, and blue; proper chroma settings can be determined by this pattern
a rectangular zone from the test pattern in which all the pixels have same theoritical color
A color bar is the color strip on proofs that is used as a guide for the printer to determine the amount and density of ink needed. A color bar is a standard used to compare color accuracy of an image for output; color bars are printed on proofs and forms to maintain color consistency.
Rows of color patches printed in the trim area used by printers to check color accuracy and density
Quality control mechanism consisting of small strips of color and patterns on press sheets. Used to check color registration, dot gain, ink density and evenness.
Keywords:  opal, layer, below, above, differing
A layer of color in opal.
Layer of color in opal differing from color layers above or below.
barrier preventing blacks from participating in various activities with whites
Keywords:  mapping, view, values
a view of a color map, a mapping from values to colors