High-Dynamic-Range video, or HDR as you’ve likely read it, describes video with a greater dynamic range than that of standard-dynamic-range (SDR) video, with dynamic range defined as the difference between the brightest and darkest points of an image. The day where HDR content is on every display is still in the future, so right now consumers should turn to the manufacturers they trust if they’re targeting an HDR experience for their audience.
For anyone paying attention, direct view LED display technology is tracking to replace projection technology within the cinema space with better performing digital alternatives. Here's a glossary of terms - the words and phrases you need to know before embarking on a digital cinema project.
From the Picture Show to the Cinema: How TruLife™ is Bringing Cinema Quality Visuals to Direct View LED Displaysnanolumens20182019-02-26T12:31:31+00:00
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The direct-view LED display industry is making a push into the cinema space. The most exciting part of this development is of course the potential for a much improved viewing experience in the theater. Instead of casting light to fill a screen from a single projection source across the room, direct-view LED displays act as their own light source and are easily able to shine beyond ten times as bright as typical projection technology. LED […]
The first public screening of a film using a projector was in 1895. Well over a century later, most theaters are still using the same technology to show their films. LED display tech for cinema is about to change that.