Tag Archives: HDR

New White Paper Discusses QD vs. OLED TV Battle

A new white paper from Display Supply Chain Consultants (DSCC) provides an analysis of quantum dot (QD) TVs vs. OLED TVs. It discusses the technology trends of the two but adds some unique perspective on the manufacturing capabilities of the two technologies – which can indeed be a determining factor in establishing a leadership position. […]

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Nanosys to Show Color Volume Demo at CES 2017

To get a jump on our CES coverage, we decided to have a call with Jason Hartlove, CEO of quantum dot supplier, Nanosys, to learn more about their activities, what they will show at CES and their expectations for quantum dot development. One of the key demos Nanosys will be showcasing in their suite in […]

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Insight Media Releases Technical White Paper on Quantum Dot Technology

White paper details how quantum dot technology expands TV’s color range and enhances HDR NORWALK, Conn. – November 14, 2016 – Insight Media announced today the release of a new white paper that delves into the science behind quantum dot technology as it pertains to displays. Insight Media’s Chris Chinnock authored the white paper, Quantum […]

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Key Trends in the Training and Simulation Market

September 13, 2016 – Insight Media has released a new white paper entitled “Key Trends in the Training and Simulation Market.”  In this paper, we discuss some of the key trends that are driving developments for visual displays, mainly projectors, in the training and simulation market.  This includes trends in resolution and visual acuity, wide […]

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Comparing Dolby Vision and HDR10

Insight Media has released a new white paper showing the similarities and difference between HDR10 and Dolby Vision. The analysis shows that HDR10 is really a subset of the more comprehensive Dolby Vision HDR solution. The white paper takes a methodical approach by comparing the differences of HDR from content creation to playback and distribution. […]

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HDR Production Needs Monitoring Tools – Tektronix has a Solution

Capture and production of HDR content is a hot topic of discussion – and we expect a great deal of developments at IBC shortly. But how do you know you are capturing signals correctly?  That’s where waveform monitors and rasterizers come in – and Tektronix has two new models that support High Dynamic Range (HDR) […]

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A Day with Charles Poynton

I recently had the opportunity to attend a workshop with Charles Poynton, a renowned mathematician and video expert. The informal workshop took place in New York with just a few others, providing a great opportunity to listen and discuss hot button issue around High Dynamic Range (HDR). Poynton prepared a thick handout of content and […]

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Quested Provides Perspective on ITU-2100 HDR Spec

The chairman of the ITU-R subcommittee responsible for the recent release of IUT-2100 is Andy Quested, who is also an employee of the BBC. We had a chance to speak with him recently to gain his perspective on the new document. We caught up with him while he was attending the London-based HPA Retreat event […]

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A New Way to Create Projected HDR?

With High Dynamic Range (HDR) TVs offering 600 to 1000 cd/m² of peak luminance and various levels of black, many are concerned that the experience in the cinema is starting to lag behind the home experience. IMAX and Dolby offer HDR cinematic experiences, but a solution for mainstream theaters is needed, too. But a new […]

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SID’s Display Week Opens with Lots of Quantum Dot News

I have not had a chance to spend much time on the show floor or paper sessions, so I don’t have the full perspective of SID’s DisplayWeek yet. It is my turn to write a Display Daily column, however, so I will focus on one hot topic at SID: quantum dots. Quantum dot news is […]

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Technicolor and Vubiquity Lay Groundwork for HDR Channels in 2016

HDR content for consumers has so far consisted of a few movies and episodic TV content specifically mastered for HDR and delivered over a small number of OTT services and via the newly released Ultra HD Blu-ray format. But more HDR content delivered via conventional video delivery platforms is coming quickly as Technicolor and Vubiquity […]

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Sony Shows Latest HDR/WCG UHD TVs

At a special Sony press and installer meeting in New York in early February, we had a chance to get some updates and demos of the latest Sony UHD TVs sets. Picture quality was compared in a nice side-by-side demo and pricing was released. The demo was nicely done. It consisted of Sony’s $30K RGB […]

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Insight Media Releases New Report: High Dynamic Range and Wide Color Gamut Ecosystem News from CES 2016

January 25, 2016 – Insight Media has released a new report titled: “High Dynamic Range and Wide Color Gamut Ecosystem News from CES 2016.”  It is offered for free with a registration. The 77-page report provides detailed news from extensive interview before, after and at CES 2016 covering HDR/WCG news from content creation to display. […]

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Insight Media Releases New White Paper: The Status of Wide Color Gamut UHD TVs

Insight Media has produced and releases a new white paper called “The Status of Wide Color Gamut UHD TVs.”  It is offered for free with a registration. The 57-page white paper provides an overview of the complete wide color gamut (WCG) and high dynamic range (HDR) ecosystem covering content production, distribution and display with additional […]

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HDR and WCG to Become Mainstream

I spent almost the entire time at CES looking at the High Dynamic Range (HDR) and Wide Color Gamut (WCG) ecosystem. One tutorial white paper on these technologies, along with a table of current and announced UHD TVs with these features, has just been published. A second report with the news on the HDR/WCG value […]

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Dolby Discusses Strategy in Analyst Meeting

Dolby Laboratories invited a number of industry analyst to spend the day with them in San Francisco showing off technology and discussing their business. It was an open and informative day. First, Dolby is doing well. We met in the company’s new headquarters building on fashionable Market Street in downtown San Francisco. It is a […]

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We Need a Definition for a High Dynamic Range Display

I am at the SMPTE Fall Conference in Hollywood, where I am learning all about the ecosystem for High Dynamic Range (HDR), Wide Color Gamut (WCG) and High Frame Rate (HFR), among other topics. That means ways to capture, process and produce, encode, deliver and display such content. This of course, is a hot topic […]

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