Rec 2020

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Pimax Adds a Console that Becomes a Headset

by Bob Raikes

What They Say Several weeks ago, VR headset maker Pimax released a new device that is called the Pimax Portal that has been described as a Nintendo Switch that can be used for VR. …

Tags:Consoles| Game Playing| HDR - High Dynamic Range| MiniLED| Rec 2020| Virtual Reality| WiGIG

Getting to BT 2020 — OLEDs vs. LCDs

by Barry Young

In 2012, the International Telecommunications Union (ITU), an international agency regulating telecommunications under the umbrella of the U.N., released its recommendations for the Ultra HD market to help define the parameters for future video …

Tags:Colour (Color)| Quantum Dots| Rec 2020| Rec 709

You Can Extend the Idea of Gamut Rings

by Bob Raikes

A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about a new way of charting the performance of displays using gamut rings. This week, I was able to catch up with display guru Brian Berkeley (along …

Tags:Colour (Color)| Colour Management & Processing| Measurement| Rec 2020| Rec 709| RGBW| SID Society| sRGB| Testing

So, There’s no Colour Content above P3 Gamut, is There? (Part 2)

by Bob Raikes

This is the second part of a short series on how wider colour gamut content is coming to the market. Yesterday , I looked at how the technology allows content with wider colour gamut …

Tags:Blu-ray| Cinema| Colour Grading| Dolby| Rec 2020| Rec 709| UltraHD| Wide Colour Gamut (WCG)

So, There’s no Colour Content above P3 Gamut, is There? (Part 1)

by Bob Raikes

Mea culpa. Sometimes, you have a fixed idea in your mind and although things around you are changing, like the apocryphal ‘frog in the saucepan’, the little changes don’t register and you don’t notice …

Tags:OLEDs| Quantum Dots| Rec 2020| Rec 709| Wide Colour Gamut (WCG)

SMPTE Publishes Study on WCG

by Bob Raikes

What They Say Scientists at Dolby and RiT in New York have conducted a project, published in the SMPTE Motion Imaging Journal, that confirms that viewers had a preference for images that had an …

Tags:Colour Quality| DCI P3| Rec 2020| Wide Colour Gamut (WCG)

Samsung Claims >100% of BT2020 for New Projector

by Bob Raikes

What They Say Samsung recently announced its new UST projector. It has now confirmed that it uses direct lasers and claims to be able to support 106% of the Rec 2020 colour gamut and …

Tags:Laser Projectors| Rec 2020| Samsung| Wide Colour Gamut (WCG)

It’s 2020, So Where is Rec2020?

by Peter Palomaki

A new decade is upon us. It is the year of the Rat. It’s a presidential election year in the US. This decade self-driving cars promise to become ubiquitous. In a mere 7 months …

Tags:Colour Filters| OLEDs| QD OLEDs| Rec 2020

Prof Kathirgamanathan Sees QDs Important for Rec. 2020

by Bob Raikes

The first speaker was Prof Poopathy Kathirgamanathan (PK) who is a display technologist from Brunel University in London. He was originally very involved in OLED and is now involved in Quantum Dots (QD) and …

Tags:Electronic Displays & Embedded World 2017| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| OLEDs| Perovskite| Quantum Dots| Rec 2020| Vol 24 - Issue 11

DS04 Friedrich Likes HDR10 as a Standard

by Bob Raikes

Florian Friedrich was the next speaker and is an occasional guest writer for Display Daily. As we reported recently on a visit to his AVTop company in Munich, he has worked a lot on …

Tags:DCI P3| Display Summit 2016| HDR - High Dynamic Range| Infocomm 2016| Large Display Monitor| Rec 2020| Vol 23 - Issue 24

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

by Chris Chinnock

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 …

Tags:Quantum Dots| Rec 2020| ROHS| SID Display Week 2016| Vol 23 - Issue 20