When Will Lg's 84-inch 4k Tv Go Mainstream? Maybe Never
Posted 30 December 2011 - 12:48 PM
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If we believe Steve Jobs is correct, then extrapolating from iPhone resolution an 84 inch display would need better than 8K resolution to avoid pixelation.
Posted 02 January 2012 - 10:01 PM
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Posted 06 January 2012 - 09:11 AM
Sorry but this is completely wrong. You could store the data for a 4k video on a bluray disc but it cannot use 4k. The max bandwidth allows for only 1080p at 24 frames per second, there is no support for 4K and if there were it would be under 6 frame per sceond varying depending on which 4K. HMDI 1.4 would only be able to transfer movies 4K as it only supports up to 24 frames per second, not ideal for tv, especially not computers. So far the only thing that can do this is DisplayPort if I am not out of date on information.
Though, this article / the person who "wrote" about needing a 25 foot screen is completely wrong. The size of the screen depends on how far away you are from the screen, you don't need a bigger screen to make use of higher resolutions, what a load of *******. The amount of time I hear things like "oh we can't see more frames than... we can't see more pixels than..." It doesn't matter, we do not look at pixels in the real world and would benefit dramatically in higher resolutions for corrections in colour, sharpness, oh and for the fact that objects aren't made of pixels! Same goes with refresh rate, objects don't refresh, we need much higher frame rates than we can see to compensated for things like seeing inbetween frames switching and also to correct a lot of things wrong with screen refreshing to display motion.
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