High Dynamic Range Takes the IBC2015 Conference Prize

BBC paper reports theoretical and practical investigations

The IBC2015 Conference Prize is to be awarded to Andrew Cotton and Tim Borer of BBC Research & Development for their paper 'A display independent high dynamic range television system’. The paper will be given in the IBC Conference in a session starting at 14:00 on Friday 11 September.

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Drawn from the technical papers section, the IBC Conference Prize is awarded by the team of peer reviewers to the contribution which both advances the industry’s knowledge and does so in the most clear and informative way. The BBC paper looks at how high dynamic range (HDR) video can be delivered and displayed while remaining compatible with conventional systems.

“This year’s winner describes a novel solution that could fundamentally influence how we perceive tomorrow’s ultra-high definition video,” said Dr Nick Lodge, chair of the technical papers committee. “In their very clear paper, Andrew and Tim explain how they brought together theory in engineering and visual psychology, along with practical experiments, to arrive at a high quality, flexible representation of high dynamic range video. This is creative technology at its very best.”

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Andrew Cotton will present the paper, and Tim Borer will join him to receive the award on stage as part of the Awards Ceremony on Sunday 13 September. “We are delighted that IBC has recognised our paper on a display-independent HDR television system,” they said. “We believe that the technical solution we have presented provides the best universal approach for HDR, allowing it to rapidly become part of mainstream UHD offerings internationally.”
The IBC2015 Awards Ceremony takes place at 18:30 on Sunday evening at IBC. Always an entertaining and lively evening, the ceremony is free and open to all IBC visitors.

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