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Unleash the Power of Dolby Vision on Your Laser Projector

Unleash the Power of Dolby Vision on Your Laser Projector

Dolby has successfully established their High Dynamic Range (HDR) format as a unique entity and one of the best display formats currently available, so much so that it’s quite easy to forget that Dolby Vision is a type of HDR format and not something completely different. Granted, the way it works compared to formats like HDR10 and HDR10+ gives Dolby Vision a solid reason to run in its lane. 

It does such a splendid job of delivering epic displays and vivid colors throughout entire videos that it’s grown to become the format of choice during the creative process for artists and developers alike. The multitude of content that’s created using Dolby Vision is a result of the insane color options you get when creating with the format. In a nutshell, Dolby Vision grants you more than 4000 shades of each primary color, while HDR10 can only give you about 1000 shades. 

With that in mind, it’s easier to get a grasp of just how much more you can experience on a display that supports Dolby Vision content. Streaming services like Disney+ and Netflix, and gaming consoles like Xbox and PlayStation 5 have a few options that you can enjoy in Dolby Vision, but it does require your TV, monitor, or projector to be compatible. That said, there aren’t a lot of displays on the market that support the full potential of what this HDR format can deliver, so it usually goes unutilized. 

How Does Dolby Vision Affect My Media Consumption?

The first difference is that Dolby Vision was created by Dolby Labs, and it’s a product that Dolby sells to manufacturers who want to integrate it into their products. HDR10+ is a joint effort between Samsung, Panasonic, and 20th Century Fox that’s more widely available for mass use.

Dolby Vision has an incredibly wide color gamut allowing it to display the deepest contrast of dark tones and vivid colors in every scene, a great deal more than what can be achieved by HDR10 and HDR10+ which both support a 10-bit color depth. Dolby Vision is also the brighter format of the two, capable of reaching peak brightness at 10 000 nits on displays, compared to 1000-nits offered by HDR10.

Additionally, Dolby Vision can adjust the color, contrast, and brightness displayed in a video on a scene-by-scene or frame-by-frame basis, whereas HDR10+ will make these adjustments once throughout the entire movie or game. This means that a movie that has a large portion of bright scenes may have unbearably dark scenes if your display is HDR10.

Formovie THEATER: The Best Dolby Vision Companion


Like many of the best displays available on the market, the Formovie THEATER has a top-of-the-line 4K UHD resolution display that rivals even the best TV screens. It’s a laser projector that uses ALPD 4.0 technology to display ultra-bright and vivid images in cinematic resolution 

What makes the Formovie THEATER even more special is the fact that it’s the first ultra-short throw laser projector that supports both Dolby ATMOS and Dolby Vision, and with an adjustable screen size of up to 150-inches, it’s one of the biggest screens that support the Dolby Vision HDR format. So not only do you get an astounding display, the built-in Bowers & Wilkins speakers with Dolby ATMOS support deliver a spatial experience like no other.

The Formovie THEATER can deliver incredible displays without the support of Dolby Vision. The ALPD laser technology gives the projector the ability to display 102% of the Rec.2020 color gamut, plus it has a 3000:1 FOFO contrast ratio that allows it to achieve a wide range of color accuracy. Plus, unlike a regular projector, it can be enjoyed in brightly lit rooms because it reaches peak brightness at 2800 ANSI lumens. 

So can you imagine just how much more stunning the display is with Dolby Vision enhancements? It’s almost as if they were made for each other. Formovie THEATER runs on Android TV 11.0, which means you’ll have direct access to Dolby Vision content on streaming platforms and apps with no additional plug-ins. And because the laser TV supports the use of gaming consoles, even your favorite games will be displayed just as the developers intended.  

The Best UST Laser Projector in the Game

The Formovie THEATER was awarded the first prize in the 2022 Laser TV Showdown, making it the best projector of its kind currently on the market. It’s the perfect addition to a traditional home theater, and it can also transform a regular TV room into the ultimate entertainment area.

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