Monthly Archives: June 2011

Sony Bravia Local-Dimming LED LCD TVs Will Use Dolby’s HDR Technology

Entertainment technology firm Dolby Laboratories announced this week that Sony Corporation has licensed its local-dimming high dynamic range (HDR) image display patents, which will be deployed on selected high-end Bravia LED-backlit LCD TV models to improve picture quality. Given the timing of this revelation, it seems highly unlikely that the imminently forthcoming Sony HX923 series will be HDR-equipped, but maybe ... Read More »

Wimbledon 2011 Finals To Get Inaugural 3D Broadcast On BBC HD Channel

BBC – the UK’s public broadcaster – has announced that it will show the Wimbledon finals in glorious 3D this year, which promises to be an immersive viewing treat for tennis fans who have the necessary equipment. The finals will represent the very first 3D broadcast from the Beeb, making them an even more important and iconic event than normal. ... Read More »

Mitsubishi WD-92840 3D DLP TV Brings New Meaning To “Home Cinema” Term

Many households these days have what they describe as a home cinema system, which usually involves a pretty decent sized HDTV set, surround sound speakers for authenticity, and a high-specification media player. However, a new range of high-definition televisions could bring whole new meaning to the term “home cinema”. According to reports from the United States, Mitsubishi has announced a ... Read More »