Thursday, January 07, 2016

TV Manufacturers Search for the Next Big Thing at CES

"From the content side, it is far easier for content producers to create HDR-enabled content than to create 4K content," says Brett Sappington, director of research at Parks Associates. "HDR doesn't require special cameras and it can be added in post-processing. That said, content producers have little incentive to create HDR content since consumers don't yet have HDR sets. Once sets start selling, content production can begin much more quickly than for 3-D or 4K."

From the article "TV Manufacturers Search for the Next Big Thing at CES" by nbcnews.com.

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