Nanosys High Gamut TV Tech Explained

Had a great interview yesterday with VentureBeat’s Dean Takahashi on Nanosys‘ high gamut display technology called QDEF (you can read the full story here). Since we talked a lot about the difference in color performance between the various displays here in our demo room I thought it might be useful to post this comparison chart. Typical tablets can display about 20% of the range of colors an average human eye can perceive while QDEF enabled displays show over 60%:

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About Jeff Yurek

I work at an advanced materials company called Nanosys that manufactures Quantum Dots for displays. In my work the display business, I’ve noticed a lot of confusion around color science and image quality. I’ve started this blog as a way to get to the bottom of some of this stuff and share what I’ve learned. My aim is to synthesize information I’ve accumulated in order to provide a useful way for us to understand why great color is so important and exciting.

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