TrueLight builds upon Brompton’s Dynamic Calibration technology
The Netherlands - This year's International Broadcasting Convention (IBC) will see Brompton Technology demonstrating an array of pioneering LED video processing solutions as well as offering product demos, panel sessions, and technology masterclasses throughout the show.
Focused on driving future innovation, Brompton will showcase its latest TrueLight technology, along with other industry firsts, Frame Remapping and ShutterSync. All of this will be available at the Brompton Technology booth 3.B23, which the company will be sharing with one of UK’s leading suppliers of video technology, White Light.
TrueLight builds upon Brompton’s Dynamic Calibration technology to empower panels with extra emitters, such as RGBW, to be fully per-pixel colour-calibrated and ensure colour accuracy is maintained at all times. Users retain complete control over the RGB to RGBW conversion, allowing them to choose the desired spectrum for achieving their intended outcome. This technology proves particularly beneficial in scenarios where panels are used as high-quality lighting sources, such as within a virtual production volume or any virtual reality situation where LED panels illuminate foreground elements that need to blend in with content.
Frame Remapping enables multiple cameras to each capture a rendered virtual background with the correct perspective, ultimately unlocking a myriad of in-camera visual effects possibilities to be realised for XR or virtual production. Additionally, when filming an LED screen, it is crucial to precisely match the camera's shutter speed to the LED screen refresh rate to avoid unsightly artefacts, and Brompton’s ShutterSync feature allows for precise adjustment of the LED refresh rate to synchronise with the camera, just one of many tools for fine-tuning on-camera performance to give users complete creative control.
"Before the introduction of ShutterSync, LED systems lacked the ability to control the scan line cycle period and synchronise it with the camera shutter," explains Cesar Caceres - product lead at Brompton Technology. "Our patented ShutterSync feature provides a simple and efficient solution to this issue, offering another valuable tool to quickly and easily optimise your panel's performance on camera, allowing you to focus on being creative with your VP or XR setup.”
“We’re thrilled to be returning to IBC this year, as this is undoubtedly the platform for innovation in broadcast technology to break new ground,” comments White Light’s technical solutions director, Andy Hook. “We’re looking forward to being a part of the conversations driving the industry forward and showcasing some of our latest pioneering projects.
“The collaboration with Brompton Technology draws on previous R+D together. With our heritage in delivering excellence in lighting, we’re really excited to see how the launch of TrueLight will provide us with much more accurate and believable image-based lighting. Once again, these advances will revolutionise what we can achieve in broadcast studios.”

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