The engine produces an HDR image, if then tonemaped, the monitors can properly display it, thus we can see an image that doesn't have color "cut off" by being too white. Now as far as i understand, TV's are trying to display HDR w/o tonemapping, is this correct? if yes, then why? what's the point? wouldn't tonemapping solve the issue through software, rather than trying to solve it hardware wise? I am kinda confused by this hardware HDR tech TV's are trying to do, when it has been done in 2006 by halflife 2 via software. Either i am missing something, or this technology is rather useless.