- To represent higher levels of visual realness and the sense of "being there", Super Hi-Vision uses wide-gamut system colorimetry※1, which can reproduce vivid colors accurately. We present a Super Hi-Vision camera and a Super Hi-Vision projector that are compliant with this wide-gamut system colorimetry.
- ●Wide-gamut colorimetry for Super Hi-Vision
- The wide-color-gamut system can cover the color gamut of existing video standards and reproduce most of the real object colors with the Rec. ITU-R BT.2020※3 RGB primaries on the spectrum locus※2.
- ●Wide-color-gamut Super Hi-Vision camera
- We have fabricated a prism that corresponds to the wide-gamut colorimetry and installed it in a Super Hi-Vision camera.
- ●Wide-color-gamut Super Hi-Vision projector
- We use red, green, and blue lasers corresponding to the wide-gamut colorimetry as the light sources for the Super Hi-Vision projector.
We will develop the Super Hi-Vision system that satisfies all of the ultra high definition, wide color gamut, and high frame rate specifications based on the ITU-R Recommendation.
Three primary colors for the wide-gamut colorimetry and Pointer's colors
- ※1 System colorimetry: A system for expressing colors quantitatively.
- ※2 Spectrum locus: A curve on a chromaticity diagram that represents all colors of visible monochromatic light.
- ※3 Recommendation ITU-R BT.2020: Parameter values for ultra high definition television systems for production and international programme exchange.