This week at CES, NVIDIA announced a revolution in monitor technology, unveiling the world's first High Dynamic Range PC gaming monitors. HDR monitors produce an image with wider color gamut, higher contrast, saturation and brightness, more closely matching human vision.
As you may have already seen in our previous entries regarding high dynamic range (HDR) on this blog, we’re pretty excited about the promise of HDR. Now this series can get to the business of showing you how to enable it in your code.
We’ve already started with teaser posts about HDR on this blog both
here and here.
Now that we’ve gotten through the madness of launching a new product, it is time
to go through a more detailed set of information on the how, why, and what of HDR.