Brompton Technology to Show Dynamic Calibration Technology at ISE 2020

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Brompton Technology, an LED processor manufacturer, will give the first European showing of its dynamic calibration technology at ISE 2020. The company will also launch its latest LED processor, the Tessera S8, on its largest-ever trade show stand. The size increase of this newly designed stand, which measures 90 square meters, will allow Brompton to give regular presentations of dynamic calibration, the Brompton HDR solution and the new Tessera S8, alongside its demonstration stations.

First shown at LDI 2019 in Las Vegas, dynamic calibration maintains uniformity, while unlocking the full potential of the LEDs to achieve new levels of brightness and color saturation. Dynamic calibration is the enabling technology for Brompton HDR — brighter whites, higher contrast ratios, more saturated colors and true-to-life color accuracy deliver a previously unattainable level of image depth and realism. Dynamic calibration works with new, performance-enhancing features such as PureTone and ThermaCal to further enhance visual performance.

Dynamic calibration is enabled after panels are measured with Brompton’s Hydra system, an all-in-one advanced measurement system custom-designed for LED panels and exclusive to Brompton Technology. However, dynamic calibration is not just for new panels; it can give existing panels using Brompton’s Tessera R2 card a new lease on life.

The new Tessera S8 LED processor, meanwhile, is a cost-effective solution for high profile projects that do not require the large output capacity of the Tessera SX40 processor. However, S8 users will still benefit from the flexibility of Brompton’s Tessera feature set and software.

Both the S8 and SX40 provide support for all of Brompton’s features, including HDR and dynamic calibration, as well as ultra-low latency and high frame rates. It offers full 4K@60Hz input support, with eight 1G outputs, each capable of 525K pixels at 60Hz, 8 bits per color. All of the Tessera processing features are also available, such as on-screen color adjustment (OSCA) for color mismatch corrections, Dark Magic for dark-area detailing and ChromaTune for video color replacement.

“We had an incredible response to dynamic calibration at LDI in Las Vegas,” said Brompton CEO Richard Mead. “We’re excited to be able to show it at ISE for the first time so that we can demonstrate to more of our European customers just what a difference Brompton processing can make to LED screens.”

Learn more about Dynamic Calibration, HDR and the new Tessera S8 LED processor by visiting Brompton’s Stand, 12-C117, at ISE 2020 Feb. 11-14.

See a video we shot at ISE 2020 about the Tessera S8 :