LDI: Brompton launches High Dynamic Range
Monday, 11 November 2019
hdr-logoHDR video offers a new approach to delivering better image quality
USA - LED processor manufacturer Brompton Technology is officially launching its High Dynamic Range (HDR) solution at LDI 2019. The company will also unveil a new technology that it believes will “make a real difference to the industry” in a dedicated showcase area in room N254 of the Las Vegas Convention Centre.
“We are delighted to be able to bring some very exciting new technologies to LDI and let our customers judge for themselves what a difference Brompton processing can make. In our new technology showcase, we will demonstrate our latest innovation, alongside Brompton HDR that we have previously previewed at ISE and Infocomm, in addition to a wealth of other new features that these technologies enable,” says Brompton’s managing director Richard Mead.
HDR video offers a new approach to delivering better image quality, without requiring finer and finer pixel pitches, and LED is well placed to benefit from its trio of image quality improvements. For every pixel, HDR offers a larger brightness range, a wider colour gamut, and a higher bit depth, thus delivering greater detail within the shadows and highlights and increased contrast. Brompton’s new technology adds to this with more headroom for exceptionally bright content and saturated colours that might otherwise be 'clipped'.
"Brompton’s implementation of HDR is very different from anything else already on the market and has required us to re-imagine the fundamentals of how LED video processing should work,” says Brompton’s CTO, Chris Deighton. “We’re looking forward to lifting the curtain on the complete package for the very first time at LDI.”
As well as showing HDR on its newly designed stand, which allows greater access to Brompton’s products, and in its dedicated new technology showcase room, Brompton will be giving LDI visitors another chance to see its latest Tessera Processor Software, which includes a number of new features for the SX40 such as High Frame Rate, Ultra Low Latency and advanced Genlock controls.
(Jim Evans)

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