Two global giants to introduce next-generation HD tech
Samsung Electronics announced its plans to cooperate with Universal Pictures to boost HDR10+, advanced technology for ultra high-definition videos made by the former.
Short for high dynamic range 10+, HDR10+refers to an open source-based next-generation video standard specification technology of which development was led by Samsung.
Toward the end, The Seoul-based high-tech giant said on March 4 that it will join hands with Universal Pictures Home Entertainment (UPHE).
“HDR10+ transforms your TV experience with incredible brightness and contrast for each scene, delivering brighter brights and deepest darks. HDR10+ provides an extraordinary HDR picture-quality experience for viewers and delivers the highest-quality viewing experience,” a Samsung official said.
“Through this partnership, Samsung Electronics and UPHE will collaborate on a wide selection of new release and catalog fare with HDR10+ technology, providing consumers with the best-possible home entertainment viewing experience on a variety of displays.”
UPHE’s Executive Vice President Michael Booner expressed his high hopes on the two-way partnership.
“We are delighted to team with Samsung Electronics on HDR10+ to deliver this striking, cutting-edge technology to entertainment consumers, providing them opportunities to enjoy unparalleled, state-of-the-art movie-watching experiences across an array of Universal physical and digital titles,” he said.
Samsung Executive Vice President Lee Hyo-gun expected that the coalition will have big implications in the related businesses.
“We have launched a new era of picture-quality technology with HDR10+, providing an amplified vivid viewing experience consumers,” he said.
“Based on Samsung Electronics’unique technology and proficiency, we will continue to expand our alliances with premier partners like Universal to provide consumers with the best HDR content possible.”
UPHE is a unit of Universal group. It produces and distributes filmed entertainment worldwide in various media formats for theater, TV, and other platforms.