Why Dolby Vision Is a Revolutionary Advance in Television

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David Shapton of RedShark News explains why he believes high dynamic range, like that found in Dolby Vision, is the future of television.

He writes, "Attached to a wall in a sterile exhibition hall in Amsterdam, we’ve just seen the future of video. That’s a big statement to make, but we genuinely believe it. It’s bigger than 4K and 8K, and very much bigger than 3D. In a way, you could argue that it’s a greater change than the one from film to video. It’s Dolby Vision, one of the very first examples of High Dynamic Range TV. Now, 'High Dynamic Range TV' may sounds like a rather dry expression for a revolution, but stay with me. It’s a genuinely dramatic increase in the quality of moving images."

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