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Old 3rd October 2005, 17:47   #1
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World's first Extreme Dynamic Range display

We drop by Brightside's headquarters for a demonstration of their extreme dynamic range technology, which the Canadian firm claims is the first HDR display.

By using a matrix of ultra bright, white LEDs, the Brightside DR37-P can modulate or selectively turn off the backlight in parts of the screen, producing pure zero-light blacks. It also has a peak luminance of some 4000cd/m2 - EIGHT times greater than Sharp's new 'high contrast ratio' LCD.

We found that the difference between watching content on the HDR screen as compared to a standard LCD screen was as stark as the difference between standard and high definition video - it's amazing!

We bring you a world exclusive preview of the technology that powers the display, which is set to be licensed by all the big manufacturers and has been developed with input from ATI.

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http://www.bit-tech.net/preview/hard...hdr_edr/1.html



The picture is analysed 60 times per second and the brightness value for every LED in the array is dynamically adjusted from zero light (0 cd/m˛) right up to 4,000 cd/m˛, and everything in between. BrightSide call this technology Individually Modulated LED, or IMLED. This is the foundation of BrightSide's core Intellectual Property. A full 8-bits of the display are dedicated to this luminance channel which, when combined with the 8-bits of information going to the LCD panel, gives a display capable of receiving and displaying 16-bits per colour channel.
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that LOTR movie is really an eye opener
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