Since 1996, color on the Web has been locked into a narrow-gamut, low dynamic-range colorspace called sRGB. Display technologies have vastly improved since the bulky, cathode-ray tube displays of the 1990s. Content for the Web needs to be adaptable for different gamuts, different peak luminances, and a very wide range of viewing conditions. To understand what next steps are envisioned to enable Wide Color Gamut and High Dynamic Range on the Open Web platform, W3C organizes a virtual workshop in April-May 2021 with pre-recorded talks and interactive sessions from browser vendors, content creators, color scientists and other experts.

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