4K

The world’s first quad 4K multi-sensor camera

The world’s first quad 4K multi-sensor camera

Panasonic introduces the world’s first 4K 4K camera, developed for security applications and offering 33 MP images.

Panasonic Business introduced the world’s first 4K 4K security camera, offering 33 MP video resolution. The i-Pro Extreme multi-sensor camera features four lenses, each with 4K resolution and repositionable. In this way, the cameras can record sharp and clear images of fast-moving vehicles.

It also features Intelligent Auto and Clean Visibility Coatings that offer Full HD at 30 fps and 4K (3840×2160) at 15 fps. Thus, even under the toughest conditions such as city surveillance and traffic applications, they can capture images at high quality.

The i-PRO Extreme Multi-Sensor camera fan delivers exceptional image performance while reducing network requirements to a minimum with H.265 compression, intelligent encoding and self-learning ROI technology.

LG’s New Twisted Tv is showing at CES 18

LG’s New Twisted Tv is showing at CES 18

The brand introduced a display technology that could be twisted like 18-inch paper a few years ago. This technology, developed as a concept, was a unique device in the world. Now, LG is turning this technology around again; but this time it is bigger and better quality. The television announced by the brand can still be twisted like paper, but it has a huge 65-inch 4K OLED screen.

Chromecast brings ultra-4K resolution to TV

Chromecast brings ultra-4K resolution to TV

With Google Chromecast Ultra, users will be able to play 4K content on platforms like YouTube, Netflix and Vudu if they have a compatible TV. Google took the first Chromecast to connect to TVs via HDMI connectivity and streamed TVs from mobile devices to the market a few years ago, and it has achieved great sales success to date. But the day was no longer the day of 4K and HDR, and Google was unthinkable about these developments.

Where did the 4K TV come from?

Where did the 4K TV come from?

4K and 8K TV represent the upper and lower parts of the Ultra-High Definition (UHD) standard. UHD, a video format recommended by NHK Science & Technology Research Laboratories in 2007, allows videos to be played with 24, 25, 50, 60 or even 120 FPS.

The 4K UHDTV doubles the current 1080p with 2160p resolution. With 3840 × 2160 resolution, which is two times longer and twice as wide, it can display an image of 8.1MP. Today’s HD screens can provide a 2.1MP image. “4K” refers to the number of horizontal pixels, although counting vertical pixels has become the industry standard.

At 8K, you get 7680 × 4320 resolution, which is twice as high as 4K. To reach the number of pixels of an 8K, you have to take 4 HDTVs in a row. 8K TVs can display an image of 33.2MP.

But UHDTV has some problems that need to be addressed as well as all new technologies. For example, the current network infrastructure, this tele …

www.000webhost.com