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1080p/2K/4K & more?
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1080p/2K/4K & more?
November 17, 2017 10:27AM
What does 1080p/2K/4K refer to?

Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 11/17/2017 12:12PM by admin.
Re: 1080p/2K/4K & more?
November 17, 2017 12:12PM
1080p/2K and 4K all refer to the level of resolution of a screen (monitor/television). The higher the resolution means more pixels in the screen and therefore higher quality of image.

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Re: 1080p/2K/4K & more?
November 29, 2017 03:23PM
I still run into people that don't understand how resolution works and it baffles me. 1080p was the top of the line until Ultra HD came along, and now 4K viewing is taking over. As the quality improves, the higher the resolution will be!
Re: 1080p/2K/4K & more?
December 05, 2017 11:13AM
Interesting argument, some say that considering the limitations of the human eye, there will come a point where we won't be able to tell the difference in quality/resolution. This is already the case with smart phones. Telecoms such has Verizon have started offering 4K streaming for $10 extra /mo, yet haven't had too much success, because consumers haven't been able to see much of a difference. This is also because there aren't many devices on the market that can truly support 4K content. But yes, I think you're right to say things will change. I'm just no so sure if it will happen so quickly.
Re: 1080p/2K/4K & more?
December 08, 2017 02:44PM
That is something I haven't actually considered. Like what happens when we do get to a point where are eyes see no difference? Will we then need to wear special glasses? I mean you can't make something more "real" or quality better than what a person see's in the real world. Screens have no way of making that look better. It has come a long way but eventually there will be no where to go.
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