If you are like me and believe that we may be headed for a new “video format war”, you may want to get a hold of this. Samsung and Amazon have teamed up and recently introduced a new HDR standard called HDR10+. I think the current HDR
High Dynamic Range Archive
Sony is a firm believer in HDR as the future standard for broadcast and acquisition necessitated by the increasing requirements for high resolutions for broadcast such as 4K and beyond. Despite the fact that there is very few content in actual 4K on TV right now (excluding
Samsung is kicking-off the pre-CES 2017 announcements by letting the world know that it aims to release a new UHD Blu-ray player that will make it really simple to get the best HDR viewing experience from your UHD TV (that needs to be HDR compatible too, duh).
Resolution, image acquisition and display technology are advancing at an insane rate as we speak, and there is certainly no way to forecast where this crazy ride is going to take us. Just after we covered the news about the 17.3″ 8K LCD display announced by Japan Display Inc last week,