November 9, 2016, 03:16 PM
YouTube has long been among the first to adopt a new technology, often before the rest of the infrastructure is widely in place. This week, they continued that proud history with the implementation of High Dynamic Range, or HDR. In this case, it refers specifically to video displays that are designed to show a wider range of brightness, creating more dramatic and immersive imagery.
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