12 February 2007 Self-calibrating wide color gamut high dynamic range display
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High Dynamic Range displays offer higher brightness, higher contrast, better color reproduction and lower power consumption compared to conventional displays available today. In addition to these benefits, it is possible to leverage the unique design of HDR displays to overcome many of the calibration and lifetime degradation problems of liquid crystal displays, especially those using light emitting diodes. This paper describes a combination of sensor mechanisms and algorithms that reduce luminance and color variation for both HDR and conventional displays even with the use of highly variable light elements.
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Helge Seetzen, Helge Seetzen, Samy Makki, Samy Makki, Henry Ip, Henry Ip, Thomas Wan, Thomas Wan, Vincent Kwong, Vincent Kwong, Greg Ward, Greg Ward, Wolfgang Heidrich, Wolfgang Heidrich, Lorne Whitehead, Lorne Whitehead, } "Self-calibrating wide color gamut high dynamic range display", Proc. SPIE 6492, Human Vision and Electronic Imaging XII, 64920Z (12 February 2007); doi: 10.1117/12.720875; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.720875


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