Samsung emphasise colour volume on their new QLED HDR TVs. Two of the big selling points of Samsung's new QLED TVs are their increased peak brightness and wider colour gamut.
If you're not familiar with the idea of colour volume, it's a relatively straight forward concept....Read More
One of the most interesting meetings I had at CES this year was an update from Nanosys on the future of quantum dots in video displays... At CES, Nanosys—which supplies or licenses QD technology to most of the major TV manufacturers—demonstrated the next step in the application of QDs to displays.Read More
With Ultra HD Premium certification, the P9500 is referred to as the “crown jewel” of Sharp’s 2017 lineup. Alongside the quantum dot technology and HDR, this model also features Motion 480, for smooth, articulate motion in fast-moving scenes in movies or TV, especially sports. Full array local dimming makes for some of the the darkest blacks outside of an OLED TV, and the Revelation upscaler takes standard and high-definition content and scales it to near-4K quality.Read More
Interview with Nanosys CEO Jason Hartlove at CES 2017, who explained the differences between photo-enhanced, photo-emissive and electro-emissive quantum dot TVs.Read More
Hisense launched several new Quantum Dot TVs at CES 2017 and all of them utilize Nanosys technology for great color and brightness. Hisense featured a display of Nanosys cutting-edge quantum dot materials in their booth on the show floor this year.
Nanosys CEO Jason Hartlove is pictured here alongside a display of brightly glowing Nanosys Quantum Dots and three MU9600 QDTVs (55", 65" and 70").Read More
Brad Chacos writing for PC World on NVIDIA's new G-Synch gaming monitors which feature Nanosys Quantum Dot technology for an awesome, up close HDR gaming experience
Nvidia's first HDR G-Sync monitors are basically the holy grail of PC displays
Nvidia introduced its own HDR G-Sync gaming monitors, and woo boy do they sound badass…the first HDR G-Sync panels shine at a whopping 1,000 nits of brightness, with 384 backlight zones that can be individually controlled to help the brightest colors and deepest blacks coexist side-by-side. That’s because HDR’s core purpose is to greatly expand the dynamic color range of displays; to that effect, these first G-Sync HDR monitors support the HDR-10 standard, along with a DCI-P3 cinema grade (read: swanky and accurate) color gamut bolstered by the addition of a Quantum Dot Enhancement Film.Read More
AUSTIN, TEXAS, January 3, 2017 - Display Supply Chain Consultants (DSCC) has released a new White Paper that examines which technology will win the battle for the TV market which accounts for nearly two-thirds of the total display area being produced of the future – OLEDs or Quantum Dots. The TV market alone accounts for around 70% of the total display area being produced each year and, therefore, has a significant impact on the success of emerging display technologies. Sponsored by Nanosys, the leader in Quantum Dot sCompany, and but independently authored by DSCC’s experienced analysts, the White Paper examines the outlook for each technology from a performance, capacity and cost basis through 2021. It also provides a shipment forecast for OLED and QD TVs by size category.
The 24-page White Paper is available for download by clicking here.Read More