Sony has released its new TV models in 2021, and includes an image processor that incorporates cognitive intelligence. Apparently, he thinks like a man.
Like many other TV makers, the Sony Bravia series has done a remarkable job in terms of image processing, beyond the state-of-the-art hardware inside. In 2021, unlike the competition, with the help of cognitive processor XR, updated TVs should be better than ever in processing every frame of a movie.
While cognitive intelligence may seem like a marketing ploy rather than a useful activity, the reality is not so simple. Sony To align the details of a scene with how a human eye sees it, it completely changed the approach to how the image displayed on the screen is processed.
In the past, artificial intelligence tried to optimize the image as a whole, working individually to optimize the contrast, brightness, and colors. The Cognitive Processor XR “looks” at the elements of each frame like a human, and treats the elements that interest you in a scene differently.
On the front, Processor Will try to give a realistic skin tone. If the camera moves to the back of an actor, the XR chip will look for other factors to submit its technical efforts, such as rendering details from a lighting company’s proper lighting or dark street smoke cloud, to the encoded gadget.
In practice, in a video from Sully, he wisely illuminated his details live from the face of Tom Hanks, into the neon lights in Times Square in the next frame. At La La Land, the new Cognitive Intelligence processor monitored Emma Stone at every corner of a frame, as if she knew what to look for. The cognitive processor XR will be on the latest generation of LED TVs from Sony and the new LED series.