‘Hybrid log gamma’ is yet another a new video format that promises better picture quality for broadcast and live TV. So how is it different from Dolby Vision and HDR10?
Hybrid log gamma, or HLG, is another kind of high dynamic range (HDR), similar to HDR10 and Dolby Vision. All three promise better picture quality for compatible TVs than standard dynamic range material — aka the TV shows and movies you’re probably watching now. HDR images on good HDR TVs have brighter highlights, more impact and improved color. Continue reading All about HLG: What Hybrid log gamma means for your TV→
On May 8th, 10th and 12th, 2017, Protech respectively organized three times of basketball games with three other companies. Staffs are all filled with passion in this activity. The contestant immersed themselves in tense competition preparing every day after work, other colleagues try their best to cheer the players. Continue reading Stirring moments!→
Is your new 4K TV already obsolete? The short answer is “Nope.”
Just when you thought you could take a breather and buy a new 4K TV, it seems like 8K is just around the corner.
Already Japanese broadcaster NHK, along with Sharp, Sony, Samsung, LG and others, has shown or announced plans for 8K TV and/or 8K broadcasts. New 8K compatible video standards are being rolled out now. And every year at the annual CES where new models are introduced, concept TVs with 8K resolution are on display.