December 9, 2013, 11:28 AM
After redefining cinema audio with the Dolby Atmos system, Dolby has set itself to work creating a "super TV" that is able to display images at a higher level of brightness than current generations of television. Nicknamed the Dolby Pulsar, the prototype television is hopes to eventually show Ultra HD-resolution video at a brightness of 4,000 nits, far brighter than the 100 nits available to consumers today.
Christopher Peterson, ACE, sits down with Gordon to discuss American Crime Story: Impeachment.
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Cindy Mollo sits down to discuss the editing of Ozark.
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