HDR increases contrast and details with brightness effects. By introducing custom modes suited to different content, BenQ HDRi lets you match the effect to what you’re watching. The graph below shows how brightness and contrast vary between modes. These subtle differences take the viewing experience from ordinary to extraordinary.
Figure 1: CinemaHDRi offers better contrast and more details.
HDR refines details by raising brightness. This can result in overexposed bright areas on the display. Fortunately, BenQ developed a fix. Game mode strikes a balance that reveals the details on the screen without losing the immersive gaming experience you want. As for Cinema mode, it maintains the cinematic feel without you missing out on any of the action—even in dark scenes.
Besides better contrast and more details, BenQ HDRi technology also offers more saturated colors. This makes colors richer and more vivid. This is because the BenQ Color Engine allows each color to be enhanced in depth and hue. For example, in Cinema mode, the color blue can become more vivid than in other modes. All this attention to color results in viewing experiences that make you love what you watch and glad you watched it on a BenQ monitor.
Figure 2: HDRi covers a wider color range thanks to its smart engine. Image for reference only.
Figure 3: Compared to HDR, Game HDRi retains more detail and offers truer game visuals, while Cinema HDRi mode retains the most natural colors.
Figure 4: HDRi Brightness Measurement
HDRi emulation simulates HDR effect for standard content. As the graph shows, this feature comes remarkably close and displays more realistic, natural images for a better user experience.
With BenQ’s proprietary HDRi technology users can customize their experience. After all, you know what you want from a viewing experience. BenQ is here to make that happen.