Ultra High Definition Television (UHDTV) promises better picture quality, not just because the images will be built with more pixels, but also because we will get more of them per second (HFR), they will feature more light levels (HDR) and they will cover a larger range of colours.


But how does colour television actually work? And how can the amount of colours be changed? In the latest addition to the David Wood on... video series, television expert Dr David Wood paints a clear picture of how TV colour will become more natural.



EBU Members that want to explore the topic of UHDTV technologies in more depth are advised to participant in the Strategic Programme that is active in this space: BeyondHD.

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