World's First Ultra High Definition LCD Display

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  1. SweX

    SweX Registered Member

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    http://www.diginfo.tv/2011/05/19/11-0111-d-en.php

    Video of the display on YouTube: -http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9U7e_quvkPQ

    Press release: http://sharp-world.com/corporate/news/110519.html
     
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  2. J_L

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    That is huge... Will 1080p videos be pixelated on it?
     
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    If you are 2 feet in front of it, maybe.
     
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    The link showed Ultra High Definition broadcast which is 4320p.
     
  6. SweX

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    You are welcome CloneRanger :thumb:

    Yes indeed, new tech is always fun. :D
    But it would be great if they could be available in smaller size LCD's in the future. Since 85" is a little too big for me.
     
  7. Noob

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    Now YouTube will be introducing 4320P video feature d00ds! :rolleyes:

    Back on topic, honestly i consider 1080P movies detailed enough. In fact i think there are too much details in 1080P that makes it look fake or unreal and i'm not joking :D
     
  8. Hungry Man

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    Meh not impressed. Pixel density is more important to me than overall pixel count. Get me that resolution in a screen 1/4th of the size and I'll be really impressed.
     
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