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BenQ Professional Displays Achieve World’s First Pantone SkinTone Validated Certification
BenQ AQCOLOR Technology Incorporates Pantone System for Accurate Rendition of the World’s Skin Tones
Sydney, Australia, February 16, 2022 - BenQ, internationally renowned brand of digital lifestyle devices and innovator of professional display technology, announced it has become the world’s first stand-alone displays to achieve Pantone SkinTone Validated* for selected DesignVue PD (PD3205U / PD2705U) and PhotoVue SW models (SW321C / SW240).
“Having forged AQCOLOR Technology to deliver accurate colours for the global community of colour professionals, we look forward to incorporating Pantone SkinTone Validated for technology products that are more inclusive than ever,” said Grace Tran, BenQ Australia and New Zealand Product Marketing Manager. “Pantone SkinTone Validated gives designers and photographers confidence in displaying authentic real-world colours and accurately representing the world’s palette of skin tones.”
Leveraging the Pantone SkinTone guide, the first science-based system for matching and reproducing human skin tones, the program comprises 110 discrete skin tones based on thousands of human skin measurements from a diverse range of ethnicities and age groups. As an extension to the Pantone Validated program, Pantone SkinTone Validated assures colour professionals that certified devices comply with the Pantone Matching System (PMS) and accurately reproduce lifelike skin tones to represent equality and inclusivity for all consumers.
“The Pantone SkinTone Validated program exemplifies inclusivity in technology and we are thrilled to be working with BenQ to help realise skin tone colour accuracy in their products and services for a better and more accurate experience. We look forward to further collaborating with the BenQ team on this for years to come,” said Iain Pike, Pantone Director of Licensing and Business Development.
As the world’s first professional monitors to become Pantone SkinTone Validated, BenQ DesignVue and PhotoVue professional displays were also exhibited at CES 2022.