There isn’t much to this article, except an observation that having a scratch pad away from the professional business blog is an ideal start to pursuing and exploring ideas that may deviate from the core competencies of what I do. So here’s to an open dialog of learning.
This was the one! The monitor I’d been waiting for. Large enough for the wow factor, and accurate enough for on-set proofing. Sadly it appears customer feedback meant them killing any future prospects of this being released. A rough translation from a French source covering CES:
However, after many tests, the manufacturer has come to the obvious: this monitor could not fully satisfy them. It must be said that with a sale price of $ 5,000, this monitor had to be exemplary. But according to its manufacturer, it was not. Without giving us the technical details of the difficulties encountered, the representative of Dell simply pointed out a drift of colors when the monitor was looked at the sides
Here’s hoping the 8K shows a little more promise — but Dell’s reputation seated firmly in the centre of the monitor gamut, may be sinking.
Hi, it’s good to see you’re here, but unfortunately I must break it to you, it’s also not. I wasn’t really expecting many visitors here so the one’s that have appeared are purely form some organic accident. Comments for the most part are disabled, I may enable them for certain posts. This will always be intended as a personal learning scratch / log. I would never advise you come here for facts or 100% unbridled truth. I’m not intending to avoid bias, I have no interest in journalistic integrity — I’m just using this as my place on the internet, no rules.
So, welcome! But if you feel in arms for whatever I post, for whatever reason… Goodbye!