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Mark Peters : April 10th 2017 - 22:45 CET

What is 100% color volume and why it matters for TV


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SamsungSamsung TV with 100 percent color volume : What is 100% color volume and why Samsung used it in their 2017 TV models. Samsung QLED TV series recently received verification from world-class test-lab for its ability to produce the best color volume. The designation, a first for any global TV manufacturer, illustrates how color volume is quickly becoming an effective way to measure the precision of colors. Defined as a three-dimensional representation that illustrates the color reproduction capacity of a display at all of its luminance levels, color volume is also an important standard for ensuring that content is displayed in the way the producer intended. But what makes it different than other color standards? Let’s take a closer look at this new measurement of color.
What is color volume

What is 100% color volume and how does it work
To accommodate the variations of different displays, luminance was integrated as a third dimension into the traditional 2D color gamut diagram to create color volume. This 3D measurement illustrates how a display reproduces colors at all of the luminance levels of its luminance range. Put simply, the higher the color volume, the better display can express a vast range of vivid, accurate colors.

The Samsung QLED TV with 100% color volume means that all colors of the DCI-P3 color space can be expressed regardless of differing levels of brightness, ensuring that HDR images can be viewed in the way the content producer intended.

Color volume TV

Samsung TV sets new color standard
Bringing together the features that define High Dynamic Range (HDR) for consumers such as higher contrast, greater peak luminance levels and the ability to render a wide color gamut over a large range of luminance levels, color volume will no doubt continue to become a growing area of interest in the Smart TV industry. The future of Samsung TV is here, and it is QLED technology that will set the new color standard for 2017 and beyond.




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