Toshiba has announced that it will release a 55-inch ultra high def 3DTV that displays 3,840 x 2,160 pixels and allows for 3D viewing for 9 different people.
There is no point. 13 grand is a lot for something that has high def than the stuff can be shown on it. I like they are pushing it but it is too early.
Europe and especially the US were slow to adopt HD. Japan has already mandated the move forward to definitions beyond this.
55 inch Ultra HD,3D computer monitor anyone??
can anything even output ultra hi-def? the highest resolution is 1900x1200 isnt it?
no -.-, you can get much higher than that
how? TELL ME
4K screens are going to be sick but there's no point in going that way. NOTHING is available in that res right now and mosty things in HD TV aren't even broadcast in 1080p yet. Sony has a projector that does this res....Just seems like a silly waste to me.
exactly what i was saying
I think they want to publish ultra HD to make it like HD position today in 2016 and suck more money from stupids who will buy it
Kinda misleading, if you divide 3840X2160 by 2, you get 1920X1080, which is exactly 1080 per eye for the purpose of 3D. Doesn't necessarily mean you will be able engage the full 3840X2160 resolution for a 2D image, the article doesn't say.
that res was talk about 2/3 years ago for a price around 25k (movie theater) now for the public at 13k. Every new tech started at a high price, this is now different. Plus whatever is played on this TV will look way better then anything that out now.(upconvert) everybody wanted 3d without glasses so here it is. Besides it won't take off until samsung and sony start pushing it.
It will take off in Japan. People there support Toshiba and want higher resolutions. And better technology as fast as they can get it.
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