Home
Global Supplier Directory
APPLIANCE Engineer
Supplier Solutions
APPLIANCE Line
Whitepaper Library
Calendar of Events
Association Locator
Contents Pages
Market Research
Subscription Center


 
Daily News

Sony Develops New High Definition Creation Technology
May 31, 2006
 Printable format
 Email this Article
 Search

Sony Corporation announced "Digital Reality Creation Multifunction v2.5 (DRC-MFv2.5)." This has evolved from the original "DRC" video processing technology that realized the creation of real High Definition (HD) video. This new technology can create the optimal real 1080 progressive (1080p) HD images from various types of digital input available in the digital broadcast era.

The new creation technology "DRC-MFv2.5" can realize the following features by further improvement of "Digital Mapping" to reduce noise and the creation of real HD images.

Improvement of real HD signal creation to make video objects "close to real." "DRC-MFv2.5" can create more real, stable HD signals by further improvement of resolution, reality and visual depth creation performance, and new robust signal processing for various kinds of HD signals.

It allows for creation of sharp and real progressive signals. "DRC-MFv2.5" can realize a big improvement of the vertical resolution and reality of high-speed video images by the direct creation of real 1080p signals from ordinary HD signals.

Sometimes current digital HD broadcast programs include 1080 interlace (1080i) HD signals converted from standard definition signals. These signals have different characteristics from the original 1080i HD signals. "DRC-MFv2.5" can realize the maximum performance of full HD displays by optimizing various HD signals.

This technology is planned to be sequentially adopted in high definition flat TVs such as the BRAVIA series.

Back to Daily News

 

Daily News

...........................................................

Oct 21, 2014: AHRI Annual Meeting Registration Remains Open

Oct 20, 2014: Electrolux 3Q Operating Income up 29%

Oct 17, 2014: Whirlpool completes purchase of majority interest in Indesit

Oct 17, 2014: Corrected: AHRI Annual Meeting Registration Remains Open

Oct 17, 2014: Walmart will moderate brick-and-mortar growth and increase capital spending on e-commerce capabilities

More Daily News>>

RSS Feeds
.........................................................
Appliance Industry
Market Research

...........................................................

September 2014: Appliance Industry Focus: HVAC
June 2014: Appliance Magazine Market Insight: April 2014
May 2014: Appliance Magazine Market Insight: March 2014
April 2014: Appliance Magazine Market Insight: February 2014




 
Contact Us | About Us | Subscriptions | Advertising | Home
UBM Canon © 2014  

Please visit these other UBM Canon sites

UBM Canon Corporate | Design News | Test & Measurement World | Packaging Digest | EDN | Qmed | Plastics Today | Powder Bulk Solids | Canon Trade Shows