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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 04:59pm 08/11/17 | 1 Comments
With the Xbox One X now out in the wild you've probably heard the terms 4K and HDR more than you probably would want to. But if you're in that sweet spot of both a 4K TV and an Xbox One X owner then you'll definitely want to grab Microsft's free Insects calibration and technical demo.

Created in Unreal Engine 4 the tech demo showcases the differences between a standard 1080p image and a 4K one with HDR enabled.


Insects is a real-time, interactive demo designed to showcase the best of 4K Ultra HD, High Dynamic Range, Spatial Audio, and the enhanced visuals of Xbox One X. Originally created for game developers, Insects was reinvented to be an educational and engaging demonstration of the console's real-time graphics rendering capabilities.

The differences are naturally quite impressive, and the nature documentary style demonstration is not only a great way to showcase the power of the new Xbox One X but also calibrate your TV for an optimal gaming experience. Because unfortunately now more than ever, with 4K, HDR, contrast ratios, black levels, and more - doing so does take a bit of time. Necessary though when the results look this good.

You can grab the demo here.



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Hogfather
Posted 01:05pm 13/11/17
Not much point if you have an X but no 4k telly I guess?
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