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HPA Tech Retreat 2020: A Downside To High Dynamic Range Video?

HPA Tech Retreat 2020

At last week’s Hollywood Professional Association (HPA) Tech Retreat, the subject of high dynamic range came up more than a few times. This annual gathering of people who work in the post-production industry and other allied fields offers an eclectic range of presentations on acquisition, post, and delivery of media content, along with some unexpected detours here and there.

One presentation raised an issue I frankly hadn’t thought about with bright displays, and that is photosensitive epilepsy (PSE). Presenter John Harris of Cambridge Research Systems provided some insights. (Cambridge Research Systems makes software tools for analyzing broadcast video footage to detect PSE triggers and provides tools for correcting them.)


Read the full article at www.displaydaily.com

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