By Engadget; 1080p and QuadHD / 4K can take a step back, the Japanese government has announced plans to bring Super Hi-Vision (a.k.a. Ultra High Definition) to life as a broadcast standard by 2015...
I still say OLED TV's and Holographic Versatile Disc (HVD's) are the future........... heres a link for more info on HVD's http://electronics.howstuff... ....... ......."The JOEY has Spoken"
Not in this life time.
...except no, your wrong. Unless you are planning on dying in the next 7 years.
Yes, but 10-15 years from now when you are long dead your children's children will be able to enjoy it when they're not driving around in their hover cars... wait I think you have a bad sense of time.
That is true HD. Anyone check out that chart? That is insane! I cannot wait till then. Then again, this technology won't exactly meet the standards in the sense of the average expenses of an HDTV and surround sound system. Just look now, it's hard enough finding good quality 7.1 speakers for under a grand. Or anywhere near a grand for that matter. And for an HDTV that produces freakin' 33 megapixels, what in the hell will that cost??? The "average" 1080p HDTV of equally nice size is also around a grand or more. But a 33 megapixel HDTV and 22.2 Surround Sound speakers making it into the average Joe Shmoe's house while still being allowed to live in that said house without going bankrupt is unreal. Hopefully production costs will be that good (cheap). I'm saving up right now.
just as with all new technologies, as it advances product cost will go down. just think of LCD and Plasmas; 7 years ago they averaged over 10 grand and now u can get a good 46" for about 2.
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The generation after this one will have higher definition than real life. Kinda makes you think huh? jk.
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