Hans Punk Posted June 23, 2017 Share Posted June 23, 2017 Yeah, HFR and HDR demos are incredible when showcased properly, through work I've recently been to a few private demo's and also seen some unreleased laser hardware and screens in Germany (very impressive). I just fear that by the time that HDR will hit consumer TV's, the implementation may be hobbled by default processing of non HDR content that most consumers just accept as 'normal' but are nowhere like how the filmmaker intended to be shown (like example pic in my previous post). It will be that awkward transition period where things need to take time to settle, before all content can be displayed as intended. It will be fine, I just hate the hype and bullshit when anything hits the consumer market...remember 3D TV's anyone? I have much higher hopes for the next gen of theater projection, the upcoming Avatar films will probably be a considerable driving force for the next roll out of projection upgrades worldwide if Jim Cameron succeeds in the HDR/HFR Glass-less 3D solution he is ultimately aiming for. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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