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Originally Posted by USFORCES View Post
eww 1080p

Wonder what type of connector the 2160p will be supported.
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WTH. No card could run any current game for this res....
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post #23 of 34
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WTH. No card could run any current game for this res....
Im sure if tri-sli GX2s or quadfire could output that resolution, they would be able play a lot of somewhat older games (ie, source-engine, bf2, stalker, etc). i might be wrong, who knows

Also the be-all and end-all of high res displays is experimental technology currently in development it japan. UHDV, or Ultra High Definition Video, supports a resolution of 7,680 × 4,320 as well as 22.2 channel audio! UHDV video is played on a 450" (37.5') screen!! read more here
Edited by MCBrown.CA - 5/19/08 at 10:56am
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What type of connection are they using? Dual-linked DVI can't support 3820x2160.
Its a Wide Quad Ultra Extended Graphics Array WQUXGA

Which is supported by single and dual link DVI since 2001 (3840 X 2400) max
Refresh rate is dictated by your connects 1= 17hz ,2= 33 hz, ect upto
a qaud connection , i.e. four dvi outputs connect to the 1 monitor hence
the name quad !

Its a very unused standard, but exists.
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Lol at Red-Ray

I have some 1080p snippets of Red Ray movies

There is NO AUDIO

These snippits are 5 seconds long and are 80mb....
    
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Nearly half of Super Hi-Vision! (MCBrown beat me to it... however, it's actually called SHV, not UHDV. UHDV is an American name for it... as it's being developed by a Japanese station, we should do it justice and call it by the Japanese name)
It's missing 20 more pixels to reach 16:9... I wonder what kept them from adding them?
Edited by Coma - 5/19/08 at 11:47am
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Money?
    
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post #28 of 34
This isn't practical now, but I'm glad the research is going into the technology.

My head would probably explode if I [theoretically] played a game on that.
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Thanks for linking a tv that has nothing to do with the topic. Too bad the tv mentioned here is only 1080p.
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It's a big TV nothing more nothing less, and that's what the topic is about right
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This thing just looks likes something someone very rich would have to have, and never be able to use it.
False.

NHK and a few other stations (named TV Kyoto and TBS) already had a few public test broadcasts at a res of 7680x4320, but I couldn't find any screenshots.

TBS aired Code Geass Hangyaku no Rurushu R2:
http://www.sharedb.info/index.php/q-...04320/?range=3

Of course it didn't look that good (or any good at all) since it was broadcasted over 20Mbps MPEG-2, but... it goes to show that once there's enough bandwidth and more advanced codecs are developed and then new STBs are distributed, it can be done.

It's not that far off. The codec part has already been done by NHK. All that's left now is to write the specification, and then develop a proper hardware decoder for it to be put into STBs.

Once that's done, all that's left is to upgrade home connections to ~1Gbit.
Once again, in Japan, they already have very high speed connections and fiber all over the place... it's just that everybody else are lagging behind for some reason.

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It's a big TV nothing more nothing less, and that's what the topic is about right
No, this topic is about a TV with a huge resolution.

Here's a Japanese article about a 8192x4320 projector and a TINY bit about NHK's broadcast tech...
http://plusd.itmedia.co.jp/lifestyle...2/news042.html

note - Hi-Vision = HD
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(title) Victor Corporation and the world's first 8K/4K D-ILA device
(below title) JVC Hi-Vision projectors are unimpressive compared to the new D-ILA device in the world of pixels.
The new D-ILA device (which measures about 1.75") has a maximum of about 35 million pixels and can display 8K/4K images.

(article) The new D-ILA device (which measures about 1.75") has a maximum of about 35 million pixels and can display 8K/4K images.

The resolution of the projector is 8192x4320. NHK stated the next generation of broadcast technology, Super Hi-Vision (7680x4320 pixels), is fully compatible.

It has a pixel pitch of 4.8µm. The pixels are positioned at a gap of 0.24 microns. [stuff I can't make out] ... Through the reduction of *something XD* caused by the orientation limitation of Liquid Crystal technology (like in LCDs) they made up for the reflection, diffraction and scattering of light and this helps suppress abnormalities, through which a 20000:1 constant contrast ratio was achieved.

Victor's 1.75" big 8K/4K device is intended for use with high resolution video as well as scientific research.
Additionally, Victor Company plans to expand this product for use with 3D display technology.

Edited by Coma - 5/19/08 at 12:26pm
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