There is a reason your colors aren't always true. It's your monitor. Every monitor is different. The Pantone huey can help.
After calibration, you can let the huey monitor ambient light and automatically make adjustments for lighting conditions. This is where the huey really shines. As the huey sits near the monitor, it constantly monitors ambient light,and adjusts the monitor color and brightness automatically. Should you color correct every monitor in your office or studio?
No.Your main design monitors should be calibrated. However, you should always keep at least one monitor uncalibrated. This can be used as the control, to see how a client's monitor might perceive color. Useful discussion on using the Pantone huey