Raising the Bar in Selecting Displays: Samsung Display’s XCR Measurement Recognized as a Global Standard
XCR (eXperienced Color Range), a measurement method developed by Samsung Display, has been adopted as a global standard. XCR represents the display brightness as perceived by the human visual system quantified using numerical values. XCR addresses the constraints of conventional machine-based measurement by gauging the brightness as perceived by humans.
[Press Release] Samsung Display’s ‘eXperienced Color Range’ Method Adopted as the Global Standard
Samsung Display announced today that its eXperienced Color Range (XCR) measurement method has been officially implemented as an international standard by the Semiconductor Equipment and Materials Institute (SEMI), an institute representing more than 2,500 semiconductor and display companies worldwide and responsible for reviewing and establishing relevant international standards.
[REPLAY THE DISPLAY] VOL.31 Samsung Display Paves the Way for Wearable OLEDs
By pioneering the world’s first mass production of AMOLEDs and flexible OLEDs, Samsung Display secured a leading position in the small and medium-sized display market. With the launch of panels for the Galaxy Gear in 2013, Samsung Display broke ground in the wearable display market.