I recently found the option in Windows 10 to adjust the monitor's color temperature. I began making use of it during modeling sessions to sessions easier on my eyes by making the screen warmer. This caused prints to fail, partial prints, compressed calibration prints. Needless to say, I won't be doing that again, and I have disabled the auto function for over night printing.
My question is, would finding a way to make the prjector output cooler, more blue, decrease the exposure time? I don't think this would make a huge difference in print times at 30xy on a 1.2v, but might be useful at 50xy and 70xy on the v1.2 and all settings on the 1.1v. Or is something like this already done on by the B9 software?
Thanks for the read and consideration.