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 High-Dynamic-Range Display

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Date posted: 12/08/2004

At SIGGRAPH 2004, same as in other years, VR firms see it as a chance to reveal -hopefully- revolutionary new interfaces. This year has been no exception. This high-dynamic-range (HDR) display uses active light-emitting diodes behind a high-resolution color liquid-crystal display and offers 4,000 Nits (or cd/m2) to 0.05 Nits (or cd/m2) luminance range at video rate with an extended color gamut and 16-bit depth per color.

It has been developed under the goal of a commercially competitive display system that can show images that are visually indistinguishable from the outside world (at the right viewing distance).

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