High dynamic range (HDR) monitors are becoming mainstream, but their performance can vary widely. So how do you know what HDR performance level you are getting with a particular monitor? The VESA DisplayHDR certification hopes to solve this issue.
HDR allows a more lifelike visualization of images and videos. A display achieves HDR by representing brighter highlights, darker shadows, and a wider range of colors than SDR or standard dynamic range. Simply put, the HDR displays can showcase more realistic images and videos.
We're in the middle of what we at ScyllaDB dubbed The Next Tech Cycle. Not 'The World of Tomorrow' nor 'The Shape of Things to Come' nor 'The Wave of the Future'-because it's already here today.
Peter Corless writes in DevOps.com
"We're right in the middle of it. It's a wave that's carrying us forward, but it began with trends that got their start earlier this century.
Everything is co-evolving, simultaneously, from the hardware you run on to the languages and operating systems you work with to the operating methodologies you use day-to-day. All of those familiar technologies and business models are themselves undergoing revolutionary change..."