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4k v 8k Warner Bros Study 1 month, 1 week ago #213463

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Good reasons in acquisition it seems for 8k but consumers can't see the difference.

www.provideocoalition.com/8k-versus-4k-warner-bros-study-reveals-consumers-see-no-difference/

Re: 4k v 8k Warner Bros Study 1 month, 1 week ago #213464

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Breaking it down to the physiological and physical basics, it's all about the resolution of the human eye, the number of pixels on the screen and viewing distance in relation to screen size.

I still sit 4 meters away from my 42 inch HD plasma TVand I'm not willing to change the distance. I won't see a difference between HD, UHD (or even 8K and above) from that distance, unless I decide to purchase a new TV with 4 meter frame diagonal, which I won't, even if it existed.

I can imagine that there aren't many people who are willing to sit 3 feet away from a 60 inch TV to see a difference (if there's material which shows a difference).

Will this stop TV and mobile phone manufacturers from trying to sell 8K equipment, I don't know?
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Re: 4k v 8k Warner Bros Study 1 month, 1 week ago #213467

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hugly wrote:
.. in relation to screen size.


Architectural solution:
Instead of walls, just put screens of these dimensions.
This saves building materials and the radiator.

Although who knows how long the eyes will be needed to connect videos and synthetic worlds with consciousness.
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Re: 4k v 8k Warner Bros Study 1 month, 1 week ago #213472

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A step beyond basics, is there something like the resolution of the eye in megapixels?

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