November 3, 2004 One of the measures used to determine how realistic a monitor can display an image is its dynamic range. This essentially measures the difference between the lightest and the darkest pixel on the screen. Most monitors have a dynamic range of between 300:1 or 400:1, but the Sunnybrook HDR display is a staggering 40,000:1. In real colour terms the Sunnybrook monitor offers over 30 times higher brightness than any commercially available display technology, while at the same time allowing for a black that is over 10 times darker than that of conventional displays. The images are incredibly rich and lifelike, which comes in very handy as MCAD software continues to demand higher rendering quality.
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