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Friday, 02 May 2014 ,  Written by High Def Digest
Best Buy to Offer Sony & Samsung Experiences
Best Buy has announced an upcoming redesign to its home theater floor space, joining forces with Sony and Samsung to create new retail experiences. The revamped demo spaces will be dedicated to showing off the companies' latest innovations along with a key emphasis on 4K displays.
Friday, 25 April 2014 ,  Written by High Def Digest
Japan Display Develops 10.1-inch 4K Tablet Panel
Japan Display has announced the development of a 10.1-inch 4K LCD screen for tablets. The panel joins the company's previously detailed 12.1-inch 4K tablet panel.
Tuesday, 08 April 2014 ,  Written by High Def Digest
HP Announces DreamColor Displays
HP has unveiled two new additions to its DreamColor line of displays. The Z27x and Z24x monitors promise more pixels, thinner designs, and more accurate colors over their predecessor.
Monday, 17 March 2014 ,  Written by High Def Digest
DTS-Sponsored STudy Shows Audio Has Biggest Influence on Enjoying Mobile Video
DTS recently sponsored the "Sound Matters" neurological study, which was run by a company called Neuro-Insight in New York. The purpose of the study was to see whether increasing audio quality using DTS Headphone:X, or  increased video resolution was more important to the audiences watching "mobile content" on a smartphone or tablet.
Thursday, 27 February 2014 ,  Written by High Def Digest
'Godzilla' Roaring into Cinemas with Dolby Atmos
Dolby Laboratories has partnered with Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures to help the filmmakers behind this year's new 'Godzilla' film mix the blockbuster in Dolby Atmos. Where previous sound formats have been channel-based (ie, limited to 5.1 or 7.1 channels), Atmos revolutionized surround sound with the introduction of "object-based" mixing, which allows 1) sound designers to place one object (like a helicopter) anywhere in a 360 degree surround sound environment with much more precision and control, and 2) any Atmos mix to scale for cinema houses with as few as 9.1 or as many as 64.4 available channels. It is truly the most immersive surround sound format ever created.
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