CES 2016: Samsung is Back with Bigger, Better and Smarter SUHD TVs

By Chelsea Cafiero · January 7, 2016 • Samsung's KS9500 SUHD TV line boasts wide curves, thin bezels and Smart TV features to match other consumer entertainment offerings on the CES 2016 show floor.

Sony Announces 4K HDR-capable TVs at CES 2016

By Rachel Cericola · January 7, 2016 • Sony's new lineup of 4K Ultra HD televisions are HDR (High Dynamic Range) compatible and feature unique backlighting in an ultra-thin design.

Unearthing New HDMI Facts, Real-World Answers

By Jeff Boccaccio · December 10, 2015 • Jeff Boccaccio, president of DPL Labs, looks back on the year, including a new testing process for 4K and HDR.

Boccaccio: Massive HDMI Cable Problems Loom with Increased HDR Adoption

By Jason Knott · November 3, 2015 • Calling HDMI 'plug and pray' technology MRI Expo keynoter DPL Labs' Jeff Boccaccio says many HDMI cables are going to start to fail as High Dynamic Range (HDR) becomes more prevalent requiring increased bandwidth.

Vizio to Unveil $130,000 Dolby HDR Flat Panel at CEDIA Expo

By Jason Knott · October 7, 2015 • Vizio's new Reference Series TVs with High Dynamic Range (HDR) using Dolby Vision playback technology includes a $5,999 65-inch flat panel and a $129,999 120-inch unit, and a lead-gen program that links up consumers with integrators for installation.

HDMI Stepping Up Product Certification with Premium Program

By Robert Archer · October 5, 2015 • At CEDIA Exp 2015, HDMI Licensing, LLC will launch an optional testing and certification program to ensure quality and performance of 4K cables, including ability to deliver 18Gbps and HDR.

Sony Supports HDR in 2015 4K UltraHD TVs

By Robert Archer · September 15, 2015 • Sony has collaborated with Amazon Instant Video to deliver HDR compatible movies to complement its 2015 HDR enabled 4K TVs. The models include the X850C, X900C and X910C .

8 Vital Truths About the Future of 4K

By Jason Knott · August 28, 2015 • 4K content distribution may give integrators flashbacks to the uneasy early days of HDMI. From the prospects of HD over IP to ‘4K Compliant’ to HDCP 2.2 and more, here are considerations to keep in mind.

CEA Issues Definition for HDR Compatibility

By Robert Archer · August 28, 2015 • The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) has announced specifications for the inclusion of High Dynamic Range (HDR) standards within video displays.

New IP Cameras & CCTV Trends from IFSEC 2015

By Julie Jacobson · June 22, 2015 • CCTV is following the trends and technologies of broadcast and consumer video, from robotics to HDR imaging to H.265 video compression. Here are examples of IP cameras and surveillance technology from the recent IFSEC 2015, Europe’s leading fire and security expo.

4K Providers at Connections 2015: Buy UHD Now, Even if No Content or HDR

By Julie Jacobson · May 20, 2015 • Surprise, surprise, TV manufacturers and video platform providers say you may as well buy 4K Ultra HD now, even if content is lacking or HDR isn't supported.

Ultra HD Blu-ray Specification Released

By Robert Archer · May 12, 2015 • The Blu-ray Disc Association has finalized its Ultra HD specification. Over the summer the licensing of Ultra HD Blu-ray discs will begin.

HDMI Forum Announces HDMI 2.0a Spec

By Robert Archer · April 10, 2015 • HDMI Forum, Inc. has completed and released Version 2.0a of the HDMI specification. The standard is available to current HDMI Adopters via the HDMI Adopter Extranet.

Surveillance Camera Trends: High Dynamic Range (HDR), Cellular, Thermal Imaging, More

By Julie Jacobson · March 25, 2015 • Brinno to debut first HDR time-lapse camera at ISC ... plus other 2015 trends in consumer video cameras including panoramic, night-vision, cellular and thermal imaging.

8K, UHD-2, HDR Technologies Move Forward

By Robert Archer · March 25, 2015 • The electronics industry is doing its part to push next-generation technologies, but its efforts may not be enough if the broadcast market can’t design an end-to-end solution to support these advances.

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