Netflix bets on HDR, the High Dynamic Range technology that promises even more brilliant and sharp images. By August, the company will add more than 100 hours of programming in HDR, then a total of over 150 hours by the end of 2016. “This technology provides pixel of better quality and greater depth, resulting in brighter light points, more details in the darkest scenes, and a wider range of colors”, Netflix said in a statement. Today you can already watch the first season of Netflix original Marco Polo in HDR, if you subscribe to the plan Ultra HD and you have an enabled TV or Dolby Vision HDR 2016 one of the most important brands. Netflix will be available in Dolby Vision in both HDR and other titles such as A Series of Unfortunate Events, Bloodline, Chef’s Table and Hibana.
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