To start, HDRi is an intelligent technology which greatly enhances HDR clarity, detail, and color display. Its brightness control functions responds to ambient lighting conditions as well as specific content. Viewers can thus have ideal viewing experiences in various situations.
CinemaHDRi offers better contrast and more details.
HDR elevates brightness and refines details. But this may cause overexposure, making images lose the atmosphere intended for immersion. Game HDRi mode strikes a balance between contrast and detail. Gamers can thus maintain gaming visual effects and get more detailed darkened screen areas for deeper immersion. As for Cinema HDRi mode, it improves washed out images and optimizes the overall viewing experience by maintaining both contrast and detail.
Besides better contrast and more detail, BenQ HDRi technology also offers more natural colors. This is because the BenQ Color Engine allows each color to be enhanced in saturation and hue. For example, by adjusting colors in a three dimensional fashion, green will become more vivid with enhanced color saturation. With fresher and more brilliant color performance, viewers can have a more impressive viewing experience.
HDRi covers a wider color range thanks to its smart engine. Image for reference only.
Compared to HDR, Game HDRi retains more detail and offers truer game visuals, while Cinema HDRi mode retains the most natural colors.
HDRi Brightness Measurement
The lines representing HDRi and HDRi emulation almost overlap. Using BenQ algorithms, HDRi emulation creates an HDR effect close to HDRi, augmenting non-HDR content with an emulated HDRi effect.
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