Ultra HD - 16 higher resolution than the current HD

Posted on Sunday, April 30 2006 @ 14:06 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Japanese broadcaster NHK presented a Ultra High-Definition TV system at the NAB convention last week.

This system features 7,680x4,320 lines, delivering 32 million pixels, 16 times the current 1920x1080 standard that has two million pixels.
“In the early days of HD technology was a moving target and NHK has just raised the bar again,” says Randall P. Dark, president of HD Vision Studios in Los Angeles and one of the true early adopters of HD production gear. “And once again we’re looking at big, bulky technology that is user hostile, very expensive, and will take some time before someone like myself can go in the field and create images with.”
More info at Multi Channel.

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