Emerging Technology: 4K displays
All display devices have pixels, or tiny dots, clustered together to make a picture. When the pixels are very small and grouped closely together, the image produced is very smooth. If the pixels are too large, then the image produced looks blocky, or pixelated. The pixel count of a display is represented by its resolution. For example, a full HD 1080p display has a resolution of 1920 x 1080. This means that there are 1920 vertical lines of pixels and 1080 horizontal lines of pixels that create the image.
The 4K Ultra HD displays are the next generation of display technology. At a pixel count of 3840 x 2160, these displays are four times the resolution of 1080p full HD displays. This does not mean that you should trash the new 60 inch, 1080p television you just bought for your house. It will be a while before television broadcasts and movies are available at this higher resolution. There are many professional settings that would benefit from the higher resolution. Medical professionals, architects, post-production editors, museums and galleries, and command/control centers are some of the industries that can benefit from the increased detail produced by a 4K display. Contact us today for more information about 4K displays.
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