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HDR dangerous to epileptics?

HPA Tech Retreat 2020

TV viewers will be all-too familiar with advice given by news broadcasters that “the following images might contain flashing lights”. But now research suggests that High Dynamic Range (HDR) transmissions might not help matters.

TV technology journalist, Pete Putman, reporting for specialist website Display Digest, says a recent presentation at the Hollywood Professional Association’s tech retreat by John Harris of Cambridge Research Systems which makes software tools for analyzing broadcast video footage to detect photosensitive epilepsy (PSE) triggers and provides tools for correcting them, and provided considerable food for thought.

 

Read the full article at advanced-television.com

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