What is Dolby Vision?
Posted on 12:00am on Wednesday 1st February 2017 by Walts
Dolby Vision is Dolby’s answer to HDR (High Dynamic Range) It basically optimizes picture by picture & adds a certain degree of optimization to the TV, also. It is reported to be better then HDR10. Most Manufactures have or soon will have Dolby Vision compatibility. Samsung, so far does not [..]
What is Technicolor?
Posted on 12:00am on Wednesday 8th February 2017 by Walts
Technicolor and VUBIQUITY are working together to accelerate the availability of High Dynamic Range (HDR) content to consumers around the world.
Everyone is familiar with Technicolor in the Movies. They are now expanding their expertise to TV & VR (Virtual Reality). The new 4K TVs [..]
What is HDR10?
Posted on 12:00am on Monday 30th January 2017 by Walts
HDR is an acronym for HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE. HDR is an image technology that enables TVs to have brighter, more vivid colors and better contrast over standard range content. Active HDR is an update that allows the TV to process the HDR picture frame-by-frame and inserts dynamic data where [..]