Brompton Technology is set to make history at the highly anticipated NAB Show in Las Vegas by demonstrating its game-changing innovation, TrueLight®, for the first time. The cutting-edge technology – driven by the new Tessera G1, the industry’s most powerful receiver card – enables full calibration of the pixels and control of the light spectrum emitted by an LED panel with a broader spectral output, by utilising extra emitters in addition to the standard RGB format. This results in unparalleled colour rendering, illuminating individuals and objects with increased realism.
Attendees will be able to witness the revolutionary TrueLight in action during face-to-face demos taking place daily on the company’s booth C7007, cementing Brompton Technology’s position as the global leader and innovator in the LED processing market. These demos are being made in collaboration with ROE Visual who are showcasing their brand-new Carbon 5 RGBW panel powered by TrueLight. Carbon 5 RGBW is the first panel of its kind calibrated by Hydra to offer a fourth emitter providing a broad spectrum white.
TrueLight leverages Brompton’s proprietary Dynamic Calibration technology, performed by the company’s Hydra advanced measurement system. This is the only system on the market capable of providing complete spectrally-aware calibration for extra emitters to ensure colorimetric precision, full colour and luminance correction are applied on a per-pixel basis, delivering the image quality necessary for direct-view applications, including reflections. All possible RGBW spectral mixes are fully corrected, maintaining calibration accuracy at all times.
“Thanks to TrueLight technology, users can dynamically adapt the spectral behaviour using controls in the processor UI, including optionally disabling the ‘W’ LEDs for conventional fully-calibrated RGB-only operation,” explains Cesar Caceres, Brompton’s Product Lead.