[Tig] Latest HDR Display Prototype

Chuck Harrison cfharr at erols.com
Wed Apr 2 20:14:53 BST 2008

Last time I saw the Brightside (now Dolby's) technology they were
having trouble matching the backlight dynamics to the LCD dynamics
on fast-moving objects.

I'm sure it's improved, but I wonder if it's licked. And how would
you specify/measure that kind of performance flaw, anyhow?


 I have done contract work for Dolby in the past. Nothing regarding
this product.

Jeff Olm wrote:
>  Latest HDR Display Prototype
> http://investor.dolby.com/ReleaseDetail.cfm?ReleaseID=302440
> http://displaydaily.com/2008/04/02/dolbysim2-show-off-46-hdr-lcd-tv
> The 46" panel has 1920×1080 resolution and offers more than 95% luminance
> uniformity over the panel. The standard white LEDs can achieve 92% of the
> NTSC color standard, but Dolby's Business Line Director for Image
> Technologies, said they are looking into RGB LEDs too, but more as a latter
> stage development since managing the W-LEDs is difficult enough.
> Disclaimer
> I don't work for Dolby.
> enjoy,
> Jeff Olm
> LA, CA

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