Recently a new curved UHDTV was introduced that sparked consumer demand for this new technology, a television featuring a curved design. Curved UHDTVs will blend their innovative curved television design with advanced UHDTV technology. Understanding how these televisions deliver an outstanding theatrical immersive experience that changed how the world watches television provides a great technical guidance when installing a new curved television on a wall.
The curved screen on UHDTVs gives videos a presence not felt on flat screens whilst a wider field of view creates a panoramic effect that makes the display seem even bigger than it is. The curved design creates a balanced and uniformed viewing distance for a more true-to-life viewing experience with improved viewing angles and higher contrast from different viewing positions, so everyone watching has the best seat in the house.
With 4x the resolution and pixels of full HD, an UHDTV provides unsurpassed picture quality in 4K resolution. Greatly in part to UHD (Ultra High Definition) upscaling featured on ultra HDTVs, these televisions provide the best possible picture even if the signal is being broadcasted at a lower resolution. The proprietary technology converts full HD, HD and lower resolution sources to nearly-UHD clarity through a unique four-step process that includes signal analysis, noise reduction, detail analysis and upscaling, so everything looks better on UHD televisions. Ultra High Definition Dimming technology also optimizes resolution quality by delivering improved contrast and deeper blacks.
UHD Up-scaling processing enhances broadcast television shows and movies as well as video on demand and more. First, it takes the source signal, whether it’s Full HD, HD, or even SD! and analyses it. Then, it reduces the noise and scales up lower resolution content. Finally, it actually enhances the detail. Whatever the audience is watching, the UHD television can upscale it to enjoy near UHD picture quality right away.
Without a doubt the new curved UHDTV sets the pace for innovation, design and content across the audio and video industry. It certainly is a new technological milestone that has been recently reached and that in some sort of way retrofits technologies from the past that now are discontinued and are better suited for recycling centers (remember the old non flat screens? ) and combines it with new audio visual advances of this century to create a completely new high tech product.