The world’s first 8K broadcast started in Japan. 8K broadcast, 4K broadcast 4 times, 8 times better than Full HD. 8K will come to Turkey in 2020.
The huge size, 8K resolution television developed by Sony with new technologies was displayed at CES 2017.
The following photo shows a gigantic LED display from Sony, which is displayed at CES 2017, and this LED display is made up of hundreds of LED upholstery. Each tile is 17, 875 inches in size and all the upholstery are sewn together. The display is approximately 11 meters wide and 2.7 meters high. The resolution is 8K x 2K.Sonyses RGB-emitting display technology to bring this screen to the spot. Screen; Almost microscopic LEDs that emit red, green, or blue light. Because these LEDs are very small, theoretically they give an extraordinary control over color reproduction. Sony claims that the upholstery used on the screen presents a color intensity beyond what is unusual and that the projector in a movie theater offers.
A Sony representative said in a statement to Gizmodo about the subject “Quickly R …
First 8K TV Will Not Be Cheap
Sharp, the world’s first 8K resolution support for the price of the television will announce the sale will explain.
Devices with Ultra HD 4K resolution support are not widely used because of the lack of adequate content. In addition, devices that support this resolution are generally more expensive, which also plays an important role in reducing consumer interest. So it is possible to say that this market is still on the road. Sharp, on the other hand, looked at the 8K market without spreading more than 4K.
Sharp will release the world’s first 8K television with 7680 × 4320 pixel resolution next month. The price of the television is literally lukewarm. Sharp announced the price tag of 16 million JPY, or about $ 133,000. This is equivalent to a figure close to TL 400,000 in Turkish Lira.
The LV-85001 has an 85-inch LCD screen. Sharp says that IGZO technol …
New innovations and developments continue to be experienced in every technology field. The new agenda is 8K TV in the world of avalanche-growing technology. The next technological step, the 8K, VR, is very close to the titles and TV, while we are just getting used to the new 4K and even arguing whether such a deterrent is necessary. What’s going to change in the latest technology 8K, televisions.
The 8K, 768×4320 pixel resolution, which will present the highest resolution and image quality we have seen so far on TV, is a total of 33.177.600 pixels. A TV with a 65-inch screen allows me to see these pixels, but most of the 8K-featured TVs have much larger screens.
The name of 8K, a technological revolution, stems from the fact that it is 8,000 pixels wide. But the definition of 8K also includes the term Ultra HD (UHD). So it could be those who also use the term UHD 8K.
8K, 7680×4320 pixels, or 4320p. TVs with an 8K screen display a 33-megapixel image because they have a total of 33 million pixels.
8K TVs are currently only sold in Japan. The 85-inch LV-85001 TV from the Sharp is available for sale at $ 130,000. Dell has reported that the UP3218K, a 31.5-inch monitor with 8K, will be sold for $ 4.999 in March 2017.
In the days when FHD TVs become standard in our homes and the prices of 4K-resolution TVs gradually decrease, studies for 8K televisions are going on. Yes, 8K. “What can we do for ourselves?” Do not think, probably 2-3 years later, 8K televisions will become common.
Changhong, a Chinese technology company, took the new television show at IFA 16 in Berlin. The TV comes with an OLED display with 7,680 x 4,320 resolution, High Dynamic Range + (HDR) and Dolby Digital Plus. And yes, this is an intelligent television with Android.
What about the price? Actually, the price is considered cheap …
Changhong set the value of this television at $ 55,000. When we calculate it as Turkish lira, it is about 163 thousand TL.
We feel like you are saying “very expensive”, we can actually say that this product is “cheap”.
In our previous news, we talked about Sharp and LG’s 8K TVs and talked about the $ 133,000 price tag. Those models …
TV channel NHK, which broadcasts in Japan, received the world’s first continuously televised broadcasting title of 8K.
The Super Hi-Vision test channel is available on Sunday, with both 4K and 8K content available. That’s about 7680 x 4320 pixel resolution. Broadcast 4 times better than 4K Full HD 1080p 16 times sharper. There is also 2.22 channel audio support.
Various Content Available
Today the channel will be the concert of Japan’s pop star Kyary Pamyu Pamyu. It will also be featured in Olympic Games in London in 2012. Especially including the breathtaking opening ceremony. In addition, the Japanese orchestral ensemble Seiji Ozawa’s Beethoven concert will be released. However, since there is no receiver at home who supports this resolution, NHK will broadcast it from screens that it has installed in various places.
If you have not even got 4K-resolution TV yet, this livelihood will not break your morale because NHK likes experimental broadcasts. Earlier in the 80’s …
When will 8K TVs be offered for sale?
Estimates will be available between 2018 and 2020, but this will be based on the provision of 8K content locally. “I do not believe that 8K TVs will come before 2018, it will be slow even when it happens,” said Paul Gagnon, IHS Technology senior manager at CES 2017.
Do 8K TVs need HDMI 2.1?
Yes, HDMI 2.1 will be the next definition for HDMI cabling. In January 2017, HDMI 2.1, announced by the HDMI Forum, will undertake the task of opening the doors of the 8K revolution.
Do leading companies make 8K TVs?
LG has shown an 8K TV at CES 2016, but this year it focused on 4K OLED. Panasonic and Sony are also focusing on the same technology, which can be delayed by 8K in the case of OLED holding.
An exception to this is Samsung’s new QLED TV series shown at CES 2017.
Definitely yes. Full HD 1080p TVs give you a 2MP image, which is far behind your phone’s camera. With 4K, it goes up to 8MP, but it’s still a little behind the capacity of the human eye. The 33MP pictures presented by 8K mean that we can finally achieve the realism we seek. Or at least in theory