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    DynaCal Reporting App

    NEXT-LEVEL REPORTING

    Welcome to beautiful, easy to read, easy to share, fully interactive LED panel calibration reports.

    The DynaCal Reporting App generates detailed, multi-language, browser-based reports that give you a per-pixel breakdown of a panel’s performance.

    See your headline features at a glance, or compare colour targets and see pixel-specific brightness capabilities with interactive graphs to give you full comprehensive detail.

    Dynamic Calibration is the enabling technology for Brompton HDR, as well as performance-enhancing features such as PureTone and ThermaCal.

    To benefit from Dynamic Calibration an LED panel must be fitted with a Tessera R2 receiver card and needs to be measured using Hydra – an advanced measurement system custom-designed for LED panels and exclusive to Brompton Technology.

    Dynamic Calibration - Software UI - Colour Space Measurements
    Dynamic Calibration - Software UI - Example Panel Report
    AT A GLANCE

    Luminance – A panel’s maximum achievable luminance at D65

    Rec. 2020 – Percentage of achievable Rec. 2020 colour space

    Panel Details – Essentials like panel type, serial and firmware version

    Measurement Details – Hydra version, and measurement batch, date and time

    English/Chinese Reports  – Click the flag to immediately translate the report

    DEEP DIVE INTO COLOUR SPACE

    The DynaCal Reporting App offers a helpful visual interactive diagram for you to check the panel’s measured colours vs a desired colour space.

    A solid line represents the panel’s capabilities. Zooming in on each point shows the distribution of LED output colours.

    With one click you can check how wide colour gamut content will be reproduced by the panel, and compare the performance to colour spaces such as Rec.2020, Rec. 709 and DCI-P3.

    For quick clear numbers, there’s a breakdown showing the physical percentage divided by colour space, per colour, and total.

    Dynamic Calibration - Software UI - Colour Space Measurements
    Dynamic Calibration - Software UI - Spectral Measurements
    PER-PIXEL PRECISION

    For ultimate brightness control, see a precise physical representation of every single pixel on the panel, in all three colours.

    An interactive zoom/pan makes it extremely easy to check per-pixel performance, with a helpful key showing relative brightness for each colour. The data is also available in a graph, showing the number of pixels performing at peak brightness, per colour.

    Spectral measurements assess the wavelength and irradiance of each of the colours.

    Dynamic Calibration - Software UI - Panel Pixels report
    CONSISTENT HEAT

    A convenient thermal image of the panel, along with the chosen target calibration temperature and measured ambient temperature, give a clear picture of the thermal environment at the time of measurement to ensure consistency throughout the batch.

    We have a separate profiling solution that compensates for the thermal patterning that can affect LED panel performance: ThermaCal.

    Dynamic Calibration - Software UI - Thermal Measurements

    For more detailed information on this and other Brompton Technology products, technologies and features, please see our Documentation library with downloadable .pdfs

    DYNAMIC CALIBRATION-ENABLED FEATURES

    HDR

    HDR

    Get greater brightness and colour ranges with a higher bit depth, for sharper, vivid, detailed, lifelike images.

    ThermaCal

    Real-time compensation for thermal artefacts such as pink/cyan pin-cushioning, and gradients due to swapped modules.

    PureTone

    Overcome limitations in driver chips, LEDs and panel design to ensure neutral colour balance across the greyscale. 
    Tessera Processors
    One of the major, and most noticeable, differences for us was the extended colour gamut and enhanced luminance of the panels.
    One of the major, and most noticeable, differences for us was the extended colour gamut and enhanced luminance of the panels.
    Marco Bruines – Sr. Vice President of INFiLED EMEA