Broadcast News

Bookmark and Share

LDI Success For Brompton Technology’s Dynamic Calibration

News Image
Brompton Technology's Dynamic Calibration was one of this year's LDI Show's most talked about new technologies, with more than 300 existing and potential customers from around the world passing through the doors of its showcase room.

Dynamic Calibration is a ground-breaking new technology that enables LED panels to achieve a higher brightness and wider colour gamut than is possible with legacy calibration techniques, while maintaining uniformity. Dynamic Calibration is the enabling technology for Brompton HDR, as well as new, performance-enhancing features such as PureTone and ThermaCal.

The main demo comprised 98 panels of ROE Black Pearl 2.8 provided by Brompton partner Fuse Technical Group. These were not new panels and came from a working rental stock, but had been calibrated with Brompton’s revolutionary Hydra camera in the fortnight running up to the show, giving them a new lease of life and unleashing the full brightness and saturation of their LEDs.

"For the first time at LDI I understood why HDR was needed for LED screens,” says LED screen manufacturer digiLED’ CEO Graham Burgess. “Brompton’s Dynamic Calibration allowed a five year old screen to demonstrate HDR in a way that I’ve never seen before. Along with the rest of the US-based digiLED team, I was blown away by the images that were presented at the launch. We can’t wait to show this technology, on digiLED screens, to our customers."

Roly Oliver from UK-based rental company Universal Pixels concurs: "Thank you for a great demo. The content looked stunning and gave me a great insight into where the video industry is heading with HDR, and the ground-breaking application of it from Brompton."

Dynamic Calibration takes a unique and takes a revolutionary approach to maintaining uniformity, while unlocking the full potential of the LEDs to achieve previously unthinkable levels of brightness and colour saturation. The result is a huge step forward in visual performance for all content, but in particular HDR. Brighter whites, higher contrast ratios, more saturated colours, and true-to-life colour accuracy deliver a previously unattainable level of image depth and realism. And Dynamic Calibration is not just for new panels, it can give existing panels using Brompton’s Tessera R2 card given a new lease of life.

Dynamic Calibration is enabled by Brompton's Hydra system, an all-in-one industrial solution that incorporates all the measurement instruments and processing required for panel measurements.

"After seeing the demo of the new Hydra camera and HDR it once again reconfirms why we invested in Brompton Technology's products," added Graham Northam, CTS-I / President of Canadian rental company, Apex Sound & Light. "Once again Brompton is way ahead of the competition with this technology and breathing new life into our existing inventory. All I have to say is, well done Brompton, well done!"
Solidmate Ltd Memory Card Hire London

Top Related Stories
Click here for the latest broadcast news stories.

New Year, New Career?
A lot of people find themselves examining and assessing their current job and career plans in January... It's therefore no coincidence that the start
PlayBox Technology Powers New HD Production Facility
PlayBox Technology's Neo solution has been installed by First National Channel, Tajikstan's state television broadcaster, as the core of a new product
Getting Systems Design Right Is The Key To Keeping Pace With New Technology
New broadcast technology and how quickly it's developed means the role of systems integrators has changed. Systems integrators are now crucial in putt
DK-Technologies Launches A New Calibration Package For CRT And LCD Monitors
As more and more UK broadcast and post production facilities make the switch from CRT to LCD, DK-Technologies (UK) Ltd has identified a gap in the mar
DK-Technologies launches a new colour analysing and calibration service
Smaller post production houses that need to calibrate their LCD screens and monitors can now tap in to a new service from DK-Technologies that will al
Brompton Technology Reports Resounding Success At ISE 2020
Brompton Technology has hailed ISE 2020 as a resounding success, after giving visitors to this year's exhibition the first European showing of its Dyn
New HDR Measurement Capabilities For Leader LV5333 Unveiled
Leader Instruments Corporations has revealed new high dynamic range (HDR) measurement capabilities for its LV5333 waveform and picture monitor. Alongs
Production News : ITV Announces New Consumer Series
ITV has announced details of a new three-part series, How To Spend It Well At Christmas (W/T). The consumer series will be hosted by Phillip Schofield
Artel Video Systems To Showcase New Products at SMPTE Conference & Exhibition
Artel will showcase three IP-centric platforms specifically designed to address customers' growing requirements as they migrate from direct fiber to a
Production News : Film4 And C4 Nations & Regions Support New Talent Programme
Independent Scottish film producer Chris Young, has announced plans for a new talent development programme on Skye in May 2018. Young shared his plans
SmallHD Unveil Introduce New Reference Monitor
SmallHD has introduced its brightest reference grade monitor to date – the 1703-P3X. Double the brightness of other 17" reference monitors, the 1703-P
Northern Ireland Welcomes New Production
Filming is to commence in Northern Ireland this month on a new dramatization for BBC One entitled Dave Allen At Peace. The project, in which Northern
SIS LIVE, ABS Launch New Platform
SIS LIVE and ABS have announced a new dedicated solution for OU services. The SIS LIVE Gateway Service solution for ABS Occasional Use services was an
Bexel Launches New Sideline Audio/Video Cart
Bexel has launched its new Sideline Audio/Video Cart, a plug-and-play solution for streamlining the acquisition of field audio and video feeds in stad
Artel Video Systems Heads To NAB New York
Artel Video Systems has announced that it is to exhibit at the 2017 NAB Show New York next month, demonstrating an end-to-end hybrid IP- and fiber-bas