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A Model for Very Wide Gamut HDR Displays

Download this whitepaper to see how quantum dots and emissive pixel lighting expand the color gamut to achieve unmatched performance.


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A model for very wide gamut HDR Displays

Samsung has developed a computational model that predicts the brightness HDR televisions and monitors can achieve. This test method illustrates how quantum dots and emissive pixel lighting expand the color gamut to achieve unmatched performance. Plus, it accounts for the Helmholtz-Kohlrausch (H-K) effect. Explore how Samsung achieved this in the SMPTE 2020 conference notes.

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Article originally featured on Society of Information Display (SID)

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