The update that Nvidia detailed during Google I/O in May has been released. It includes all of the promised features along with some surprises. The most important new feature is support for HDR (high dynamic range), making Nvidia Shield the first box to support HDR. Until now, only built-in apps in Smart TVs have offered HDR from streaming services.
This latest project is now based on the OE-Alliance git and coding infrastructure, which means it is not only Open Source, but it is also compatible with all OE-A and PLi plugins, feeds, skins and it also features full online update support (for those users that do not like having to do a full reflash everytime there is an image update).