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  • VESA Rolls Out DisplayHDR As Its Latest Standard

    Phoronix: VESA Rolls Out DisplayHDR As Its Latest Standard

    VESA has rolled out DisplayHDR 1.0 as its newest standard. As implied by the name, the standard is in regards to specifying HDR (High Dynamic Range) quality for displays...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...DisplayHDR-1.0

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    I'm still using an old 1680x1050 22" AOC from 2008-2010, might be worth getting a product supporting this standard whenever they're available and at a reasonable price. I think I paid about 150USD for current monitor back then, todays displays I guess 300-400USD would be reasonable? I remember 2k monitors back then were in the thousands.

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    • #3
      What's VESA's interest? How are they monetizing this?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by cl333r View Post
        What's VESA's interest? How are they monetizing this?
        Unlike some other patent-pooling robber-baron cartels VESA seems not to be primarily in the monetizing business. Go figure..

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        • #5
          Originally posted by cl333r View Post
          What's VESA's interest? How are they monetizing this?
          vesa consists of monitor vendors

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          • #6
            again local dimming scam

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            • #7
              and display"hdr" 400 is 95% srgb - like current shittiest screens

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              • #8
                So there are now 8 or 10 HDR standards. Good luck for devs choosing which one to support.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by eydee View Post
                  So there are now 8 or 10 HDR standards. Good luck for devs choosing which one to support.
                  it is a standard for monitors, not for devs. so vendors could put "hdr ready" badge on shitty monitors

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                  • #10
                    HDR10 is what is supported by the PC monitor industry and VESA and these levels are just the initial ones. More levels and features will pop up down the line, including Dolby Vision. All the other HDR formats are not supported and are used only for TV's, not PC displays and laptop screens.

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