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LDI SUCCESS FOR BROMPTON TECHNOLOGY’S DYNAMIC CALIBRATION

LATEST NEWS
December 4, 2019
LDI SUCCESS FOR BROMPTON TECHNOLOGY’S DYNAMIC CALIBRATION

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 door 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,” he says. “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 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.

“When it comes to content playback, it is quality of image not necessarily pitch, that is the new driver for LED display technology,” says Sarah Cox, VP Sales for content creation tool company Notch. “HDR is the next step in image processing that provides accuracy in delivering the artist creative, as it was truly meant to be seen. Brompton has again, created industry defining tools, to deliver these incredible HDR workflows in a standardised, repeatable way.”

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,” adds 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!”

“We were delighted at the fantastic response we had to Dynamic Calibration,” concludes Brompton CEO Richard Mead. “We had both existing and potential customers through the door and the comments were not just about the outstanding image quality that can be achieved with our HDR technology, but also their excitement that this is not just for new panels but can be achieved on existing inventory too.”

BROMPTON TECHNOLOGY’S HYDRA SYSTEM – ADVANCED MEASUREMENT FOR LED PANELS

LATEST NEWS
December 4, 2019
LDI SUCCESS FOR BROMPTON TECHNOLOGY’S DYNAMIC CALIBRATION

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 door 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,” he says. “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 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.

“When it comes to content playback, it is quality of image not necessarily pitch, that is the new driver for LED display technology,” says Sarah Cox, VP Sales for content creation tool company Notch. “HDR is the next step in image processing that provides accuracy in delivering the artist creative, as it was truly meant to be seen. Brompton has again, created industry defining tools, to deliver these incredible HDR workflows in a standardised, repeatable way.”

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,” adds 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!”

“We were delighted at the fantastic response we had to Dynamic Calibration,” concludes Brompton CEO Richard Mead. “We had both existing and potential customers through the door and the comments were not just about the outstanding image quality that can be achieved with our HDR technology, but also their excitement that this is not just for new panels but can be achieved on existing inventory too.”

NEW DYNAMIC CALIBRATION FEATURES FOR BROMPTON TECHNOLOGY PROCESSORS ANNOUNCED AT LDI 2019

LATEST NEWS
December 4, 2019
LDI SUCCESS FOR BROMPTON TECHNOLOGY’S DYNAMIC CALIBRATION

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 door 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,” he says. “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 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.

“When it comes to content playback, it is quality of image not necessarily pitch, that is the new driver for LED display technology,” says Sarah Cox, VP Sales for content creation tool company Notch. “HDR is the next step in image processing that provides accuracy in delivering the artist creative, as it was truly meant to be seen. Brompton has again, created industry defining tools, to deliver these incredible HDR workflows in a standardised, repeatable way.”

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,” adds 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!”

“We were delighted at the fantastic response we had to Dynamic Calibration,” concludes Brompton CEO Richard Mead. “We had both existing and potential customers through the door and the comments were not just about the outstanding image quality that can be achieved with our HDR technology, but also their excitement that this is not just for new panels but can be achieved on existing inventory too.”

BROMPTON TECHNOLOGY UNLEASHES UNPARALLELED PERFORMANCE WITH DYNAMIC CALIBRATION

LATEST NEWS
December 4, 2019
LDI SUCCESS FOR BROMPTON TECHNOLOGY’S DYNAMIC CALIBRATION

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 door 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,” he says. “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 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.

“When it comes to content playback, it is quality of image not necessarily pitch, that is the new driver for LED display technology,” says Sarah Cox, VP Sales for content creation tool company Notch. “HDR is the next step in image processing that provides accuracy in delivering the artist creative, as it was truly meant to be seen. Brompton has again, created industry defining tools, to deliver these incredible HDR workflows in a standardised, repeatable way.”

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,” adds 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!”

“We were delighted at the fantastic response we had to Dynamic Calibration,” concludes Brompton CEO Richard Mead. “We had both existing and potential customers through the door and the comments were not just about the outstanding image quality that can be achieved with our HDR technology, but also their excitement that this is not just for new panels but can be achieved on existing inventory too.”

BROMPTON TECHNOLOGY UNVEILS DYNAMIC CALIBRATION TECHNOLOGY AT LDI 2019

LATEST NEWS
December 4, 2019
LDI SUCCESS FOR BROMPTON TECHNOLOGY’S DYNAMIC CALIBRATION

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 door 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,” he says. “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 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.

“When it comes to content playback, it is quality of image not necessarily pitch, that is the new driver for LED display technology,” says Sarah Cox, VP Sales for content creation tool company Notch. “HDR is the next step in image processing that provides accuracy in delivering the artist creative, as it was truly meant to be seen. Brompton has again, created industry defining tools, to deliver these incredible HDR workflows in a standardised, repeatable way.”

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,” adds 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!”

“We were delighted at the fantastic response we had to Dynamic Calibration,” concludes Brompton CEO Richard Mead. “We had both existing and potential customers through the door and the comments were not just about the outstanding image quality that can be achieved with our HDR technology, but also their excitement that this is not just for new panels but can be achieved on existing inventory too.”

BROMPTON TECHNOLOGY AND FNTECH DELIVER FUTURE @ OC6

LATEST NEWS
December 4, 2019
LDI SUCCESS FOR BROMPTON TECHNOLOGY’S DYNAMIC CALIBRATION

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 door 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,” he says. “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 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.

“When it comes to content playback, it is quality of image not necessarily pitch, that is the new driver for LED display technology,” says Sarah Cox, VP Sales for content creation tool company Notch. “HDR is the next step in image processing that provides accuracy in delivering the artist creative, as it was truly meant to be seen. Brompton has again, created industry defining tools, to deliver these incredible HDR workflows in a standardised, repeatable way.”

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,” adds 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!”

“We were delighted at the fantastic response we had to Dynamic Calibration,” concludes Brompton CEO Richard Mead. “We had both existing and potential customers through the door and the comments were not just about the outstanding image quality that can be achieved with our HDR technology, but also their excitement that this is not just for new panels but can be achieved on existing inventory too.”

BROMPTON TECHNOLOGY UNVEILS LATEST INNOVATIONS AT LDI 2019

LATEST NEWS
December 4, 2019
LDI SUCCESS FOR BROMPTON TECHNOLOGY’S DYNAMIC CALIBRATION

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 door 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,” he says. “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 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.

“When it comes to content playback, it is quality of image not necessarily pitch, that is the new driver for LED display technology,” says Sarah Cox, VP Sales for content creation tool company Notch. “HDR is the next step in image processing that provides accuracy in delivering the artist creative, as it was truly meant to be seen. Brompton has again, created industry defining tools, to deliver these incredible HDR workflows in a standardised, repeatable way.”

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,” adds 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!”

“We were delighted at the fantastic response we had to Dynamic Calibration,” concludes Brompton CEO Richard Mead. “We had both existing and potential customers through the door and the comments were not just about the outstanding image quality that can be achieved with our HDR technology, but also their excitement that this is not just for new panels but can be achieved on existing inventory too.”

AIN’T TOO PROUD

BRIEF

To provide extensive video support for Tony Award winning Broadway musical Ain’t Too ProudThe Life and Times of the Temptations; a combination of LED screens and projection provided the scenic element for this story of brotherhood, family, loyalty and betrayal as they follow The Temptations’ extraordinary journey from the streets of Detroit to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.

Client

WorldStage, collaborating with Projection Designer Peter Nigrini.

Processing

Brompton Tessera SX40

Panels

Two horizontal 8 x 2 metre ROE c3ONE 3.1mm LED video tiles

Two portrait-mode ROE Sapphire 1.5mm LED panels

details

WorldStage has been involved with Ain’t Too Proud since 2017, when the production broke house records at Berkeley Rep (California) and when it toured and played to full houses at The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.

During those two years, WorldStage continued to explore improvements in LED video technology that would overcome design challenges presented by the standard, off-the-shelf products provided to the prior productions and more effectively fulfil Production Designer Peter Nigrini’s vision. A change to Brompton Tessera SX40 processing provided Nigrini with the kind of control for LED displays that he had been hoping for since the show’s inception.

The scenic elements are designed to capture a sense of Detroit in the 1960s and ’70s. Nigrini had often felt that LED looked too ‘rock concert’, too ‘pop’, for theatre. But, with improvements in current LED displays he feels there is a contemporary feel to them; that the technology disappears and what is left is just the image itself. The combination of LED with its crisp, clear, sharp look and the more nuanced look of projection makes for a design that feels authentic, but never documentary.

The show’s scenic environment ‘appears to be an empty stage and a series of brick columns, all in black. A limited amount of automated scenery flies in: a vaudeville-style marquee, which is an LED surface, and two horizontal 8 x 2 metre LED bands that be reconfigured in numerous ways. WorldStage provided their customized ROE c3ONE 3.1mm LED video tiles, some custom manufactured, to create these elements.

Two portrait-mode LED panels, mimicking framed three-sheet theatre posters, also fly onto the set. For these, WorldStage supplied super-high resolution ROE Sapphire 1.5mm LED panels. This is the first use of super-fine pitch LED display in a theatrical production.

testimonial

“Brompton delivers greater live control of the LEDs. When the second act opens and The Temptations present as a global sensation, we can open the throttle and have real rock ’n roll brightness and impact. Then two minutes later, we can switch settings to a more gentle, quiet and theatrical mood. Brompton’s fine control of brightness, contrast and other image settings, makes these transitions feasible.

“It’s easy for LED displays to manage eye-popping, super-saturated colours. But when you want LED panels and projection to produce the same grayscale image or the same definition of white, it can be a challenge and much of our content is black and white. Brompton processing handles this a lot better than our previous system.”

Peter Nigrini, Projection Designer

BROMPTON TECHNOLOGY WINS PROCESSING AND DISTRIBUTION TECHNOLOGY OF THE YEAR AT 2019 AV AWARDS

LATEST NEWS
December 4, 2019
LDI SUCCESS FOR BROMPTON TECHNOLOGY’S DYNAMIC CALIBRATION

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 door 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,” he says. “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 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.

“When it comes to content playback, it is quality of image not necessarily pitch, that is the new driver for LED display technology,” says Sarah Cox, VP Sales for content creation tool company Notch. “HDR is the next step in image processing that provides accuracy in delivering the artist creative, as it was truly meant to be seen. Brompton has again, created industry defining tools, to deliver these incredible HDR workflows in a standardised, repeatable way.”

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,” adds 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!”

“We were delighted at the fantastic response we had to Dynamic Calibration,” concludes Brompton CEO Richard Mead. “We had both existing and potential customers through the door and the comments were not just about the outstanding image quality that can be achieved with our HDR technology, but also their excitement that this is not just for new panels but can be achieved on existing inventory too.”

tessera processors
Tessera Sx40

Brompton’s first 4K processor and the best LED processor currently available on the market. Used in combination with the XD Data Distribution Unit, it provides a comprehensive solution for 4K screens.

SX40
Tessera M2

Brompton’s flagship HD LED processor, offering unrivalled creative and colour management features.

Tessera M2 LED Processor
Tessera S4

A straightforward powerhouse processor built for large, high resolution LED screens, offering fewer creative features for competitive value.

S4
Tessera T1

Designed for creativity, an ideal choice for smaller creative shows and displays that don’t need to output a huge amount of pixels.

T1

BROMPTON TECHNOLOGY HELPS iMAG’S REPUTATION CONTINUE TO GROW

LATEST NEWS
December 4, 2019
LDI SUCCESS FOR BROMPTON TECHNOLOGY’S DYNAMIC CALIBRATION

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 door 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,” he says. “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 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.

“When it comes to content playback, it is quality of image not necessarily pitch, that is the new driver for LED display technology,” says Sarah Cox, VP Sales for content creation tool company Notch. “HDR is the next step in image processing that provides accuracy in delivering the artist creative, as it was truly meant to be seen. Brompton has again, created industry defining tools, to deliver these incredible HDR workflows in a standardised, repeatable way.”

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,” adds 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!”

“We were delighted at the fantastic response we had to Dynamic Calibration,” concludes Brompton CEO Richard Mead. “We had both existing and potential customers through the door and the comments were not just about the outstanding image quality that can be achieved with our HDR technology, but also their excitement that this is not just for new panels but can be achieved on existing inventory too.”