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Synonyms for OLED

a self-luminous diode (it glows when an electrical field is applied to the electrodes) that does not require backlighting or diffusers

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The recent announcement of VIDITY licensing in August opens the door for companies to integrate technology into their products that will provide consumers with the highest quality digital experience, including 4K HDR," said David Huerta, general manager, Secure Content Storage Association.
Brand new in Transkoder 2016's cutting-edge UHD toolset are unique tools to concurrently color grade HDR and SDR UHD versions, cutting down the complexity, time and cost of delivering multiple masters at once.
HDR imaging requires the sequential acquisition of images of varying exposures.
We are very pleased that HPE wanted to become part of the HDR network," said HDR Engineering Inc.
O'Callaghan noted, "We have been pleased to represent HDR over the past 20 years.
The DoD consulted a range of nutritional and relief experts in developing the requirements for the HDR, including USAID's Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance, the World Food Program, the Center for Disease Control, the U.
We believe we can help carriers meet this growing demand by offering equipment that provides high-performance, cost-effective wireless data services through HDR.
In addition to the previously announced X930C and X940C models, Sony is also adding HDR compatibility to the X850C, X900C and X910C models via a network update, available soon.
From dozens of new step-by-step tutorials and accompanying supportive information provided on a DVD to keys to understanding HDR software, how HDR images are captured and used, and the entire process of shooting and stitching HDR, this includes specific updates for 2.
amp; DouSSELDORF, Germany -- TMK Architekten * Ingenieure, one of Germany's leading healthcare architecture firms, announced today that it is joining forces with HDR Architecture, the world's No.
Algorithm optimized for ARM NEON based multi-core processors using multi-threaded implementation for faster on-device HDR processing
He describes the ideas and concepts behind HDRI; the tools needed for workflow; capturing images; image editing and compositing; panoramic HDR photography; and how HDR images can be used in 3D rendering.
Delivering 155,000 BTU/ hour (45 kW) heat input, the HDR 155 easily heats maintenance workspaces, workers and objects such as equipment, concrete form work and other structures from approximately 15 ft.
Professor Alan Chalmers, Professor of Visualisation at WMG, University of Warwick and Founder and Innovation Director of goHDR, said, "This project has brought together worldwide expertise in HDR imaging from the University of Warwick and INESC Tec with the innovation and patented HDR video compression technology of goHDR.