For a Better
HDR Gaming Experience
HDR gaming further immerses gamers into the content and has become a strong trend in the industry, but the results are not yet optimal which in some cases can impact gaming experiences. With a variety of HDR formats across TV displays, volunteering companies joined together to discuss how gaming experiences can provide a more immersive experience through HDR and collaboratively identified a set of best practices for HDR game content developers, game platforms as well as for TV display manufacturers. As a result, HDR content, combined with optimized game platforms and TV displays will be able to further leverage HDR technology for a truly immersive gaming experience. This collection of best practices proposed in the guideline will be easy to implement and will also support improved operability.
July 16, 2020
HDR Gaming Interest Group (HGIG) original advocate and organizers (Microsoft and Sony, collectively, "Organizers") have identified that "HGIG mode" is not a product function defined in the HGIG guidelines. Please refrain from using the HGIG name for promotion in association with such non-HGIG guidelines defined technologies.
Notice: "HGIG Mode" is not a product functionn defined in HGIG guidelines
HGIG Organizers received multiple inquiries regarding the following topics:
- How to implement "HGIG Mode"?
- How to apply for "HGIG Mode" certification?
- HGIG is a group to share best practices amongst the display and game industries.
- HGIG is not a standardization body.
- HGIG does not license/enforce any technologies to any parties.
- HGIG does not have acertification program.
|July 11, 2019||The HDR Gaming Interest Group (HGIG) updated the draft to version 1.1.|
|August 16, 2018||The HDR Gaming Interest Group (HGIG) is proposing a draft of HDR Game Content Production and Distribution Guidelines.|
|August 15, 2018||HGIG hosted a Workshop, presented the new guidelines, and showcased HDR demonstrations.|