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Press release from Display Week, 2022 discussing 6P Color’s FCR technology and our single cabinet dvLED demo.
6P Color, Inc. unveils a new wider color gamut color technology that enables digital displays to display nearly every color naturally seen by the human eye.
“Principle Investigator, Dr. Corey Carbonara and VP of Product, Jim DeFilippis, explain the technology behind the Full Color Range System at the SMPTE 2022 Media and Technology Summit.”
Current digital displays cannot show all the colors the human eye can see in real life, including a wide range of Pantone colors.
This journal article outlines the power saving potential of multi-primary systems; an RGB + Yellow system reduces power consumption by 20% with respect to RGB-based systems.
Astronaut Reed Wiseman laments that no picture can capture the rich colors of the Earth as seen from space.
“The 6P Color team talks about the Full Color Range and how important expanded color gamut technologies are for the future of storytelling on “Tech Talk” with Scott Wilkinson.”
Michael Zink, Vice President of Emerging & Creative Technologies Warner Media, highlights a range of color-related topics pertaining to creative production, particularly colorimetric challenges in the in context of on-set virtual production technology and workflows.
This addendum published by the Digital Cinema Initiatives, LLC defines the HDR Reference Display and its controlled environment.
Principle researchers, Dr. Michael Korpi and Dr. Corey Carbonara, discuss 6P Color and the future of television.
Principle researchers Dr. Michael Korpi and Dr. Corey Carbonara , discuss the technology that dramatically expands the number of colors a digital screen can display.
Colorist Cullen Kelley examines the color in “The Batman” and how the darker colors underscores the film’s narrative.
Colorist Cullen Kelley highlights foundational knowledge for colorists, from using color grading tools to how color can tell a story.
Colorist Cullen Kelley explains the 2022 ACES Update and how to work with ACES in Davinci Resolve.
The ultimate goal of any display system is to produce images that approach real life, combining high dynamic range, high contrast, and a gamut of colors as close to possible to those we can see…
“Even so, one goal still remains out of reach–reproducing a gamut of color shades that approaches or equals the visible color spectrum, as defined by the CIE 1931 standard observer diagrams.”
Despite the substantial improvements to image quality over the past decade, today’s displays still can’t render many of the colors you see in real life.
FCR™️ means “all the colors humans can see.” FCR is an end-to-end color system starting with the RAW data captured by a camera imager, created electronically (e.g., animations, visual effects), or scanned (e.g., film)