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King off useless tech for most of the users. Neither most can afford 8K, neither have where to put 100' TV rolleyes.gif
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I would say a lot earlier than that! Probably like late 2018 - 2020, somewhere in there. Look how fast we upgraded tablet screens to "retina", or how fast we went from 1080p to 4k. 8k isn't really an insane concept considering they can make several 4k monitors in the 20-30" range for under $1000. Last year when a 30" 4k was over $5000 I wondered when we would see an affordable price. smile.gif Since they have already had a working 8k for over 2 years, it's only a matter of time before it becomes affordable especially in the next 4-6 years.
1080P is just making it's way to the desktop and appearing more and more in living rooms but don't fool yourself 2 years ago most of the people still had 1600*1200 or 1080i or FHD ready tv's or just HD tv's to make a long story short adoption took a long long time.
Only if it is cheap people will adopt it so I think it'll be till 2020 for 4K UHD to become really mainstream and after that we can start shifting to 8K.
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So a lot of people on here always says moar pixels are better, but at some point soon the human eye will reach a limit. I'd argue that you only notice half the improvement each time you double pixel density.
So jumping up from 2k to 4k gives you twice as much percieved improvement compared to 4k to 8k assuming an similar area. Same thing for 16k or 32k.

1080p on my desktop already makes movies and games look real basically and although absurb amounts of resolution is cool for novelty, it doesnt really offer substantial aesthetic or pratcical benefits . it simply requires more processing power, which needs more electricity, etc. My point is that it isn't worth the electricity increase. I'd rather just have higher power saving than moar pixel density beyond 1080p.
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So a lot of people on here always says moar pixels are better, but at some point soon the human eye will reach a limit. I'd argue that you only notice half the improvement each time you double pixel density.
So jumping up from 2k to 4k gives you twice as much percieved improvement compared to 4k to 8k assuming an similar area. Same thing for 16k or 32k.

1080p on my desktop already makes movies and games look real basically and although absurb amounts of resolution is cool for novelty, it doesnt really offer substantial aesthetic or pratcical benefits . it simply requires more processing power, which needs more electricity, etc. My point is that it isn't worth the electricity increase. I'd rather just have higher power saving than moar pixel density beyond 1080p.

You missed my post. It's so you can sit closer to the screen, providing the illusion of optical immersion that is only achieved by much more practical and less expensive means, while simultaneously activating the brain's photosensitivity receptors for maximum subliminal marketing capabilities. bigeyedsmiley.png
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So a lot of people on here always says moar pixels are better, but at some point soon the human eye will reach a limit. I'd argue that you only notice half the improvement each time you double pixel density.
So jumping up from 2k to 4k gives you twice as much percieved improvement compared to 4k to 8k assuming an similar area. Same thing for 16k or 32k.

1080p on my desktop already makes movies and games look real basically and although absurb amounts of resolution is cool for novelty, it doesnt really offer substantial aesthetic or pratcical benefits . it simply requires more processing power, which needs more electricity, etc. My point is that it isn't worth the electricity increase. I'd rather just have higher power saving than moar pixel density beyond 1080p.
you clearly have never had a 1440p or higher monitor before. On paper you can say it wont make that big of a difference, but in person it makes a world of a difference. Anyone who multitasks be it video/music/photo editing, coding, massive spreadsheets and data entry, or just watching a video while browsing a few websites will be able to appreciate the extra real estate.
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Super-Hi Vision has been in the making for years now (2008 I think)

It's being developed by NHK from memory.
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you clearly have never had a 1440p or higher monitor before. On paper you can say it wont make that big of a difference, but in person it makes a world of a difference. Anyone who multitasks be it video/music/photo editing, coding, massive spreadsheets and data entry, or just watching a video while browsing a few websites will be able to appreciate the extra real estate.
At what screen size and viewing distance?
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Originally Posted by serp777 View Post

So a lot of people on here always says moar pixels are better, but at some point soon the human eye will reach a limit. I'd argue that you only notice half the improvement each time you double pixel density.
So jumping up from 2k to 4k gives you twice as much percieved improvement compared to 4k to 8k assuming an similar area. Same thing for 16k or 32k.

1080p on my desktop already makes movies and games look real basically and although absurb amounts of resolution is cool for novelty, it doesnt really offer substantial aesthetic or pratcical benefits . it simply requires more processing power, which needs more electricity, etc. My point is that it isn't worth the electricity increase. I'd rather just have higher power saving than moar pixel density beyond 1080p.

As much as I love when people talk about the possibility of screen resolutions higher than 8K, I actually think we should all stop there. While it's bizarre that all the "experts" seem to think that 1080p is enough to match human vision, I definitely think that 16K is overkill unless you have a wall sized screen.
I'm basing this off my own visual acuity test, which I encourage other people to do so that we all have a better idea of how far to push.
I'm using a 100dpi monitor right now, at 18 feet away I can still see a single white pixel on a black background in a dark room. At 20 feet, the pixel just blends in with the signal noise in my eyes. AKA, I can't see it.
That's my baseline for the absolute maximum amount of resolution I could possibly use. So, at 9 feet, I would want a maximum of 200dpi, which turns out to be a 45 inch panel at 8K resolution. Since I don't think I actually "need" a screen that absolutely matches my visual system, a 60-80 inch screen will probably still look fine, and since my vision is a little better than most I assume that's a good maximum resolution for most other people as well.
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Super hi vision can't sound more supa AZN
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This is so you can sit with your eyes exactly 3 inches from the screen and still have a quality experience.

Titles available include "Frog Blinking Eyes," "Flying Above Arboreal Region," "Random Athletic Endeavor," and the classic "Time-Lapse Flower Blooming."

You use to work in the Best Buy tv department didn't you.
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