The UHD Alliance (UHDA), the inter-industry group charged with fostering an ecosystem that fully realises and promotes the consumer benefits of Ultra HD technology, has completed its premium specifications for 4K Ultra HD displays, content and distribution. The company announced its certification programme and logo at CES 2016 and a number of television set makers, including Samsung and Panasonic, have already unveiled â€˜Ultra HD Premiumâ€™ badged products. The specification outlines performance metrics related to resolution, high dynamic range and wide colour gamut, as well as recommendations for immersive audio.
Companies interested in the UHDA specification and the associated licensing terms can obtain a copy of the UHDA Information Agreement here. You can read more about the Ultra HD Premium, and developments in display technology at CES 2016, here.