Whether it is a television, a tablet, or a smartphone, more pixels mean more detailed picture. The main concept is a screen where the pixel is invisible to the naked eye. A good example is Apple’s “Retina” display or the Curved 4K Ultra High Definition models — the best way to experience 4K is to stand right in front of a 4K HDTV to look for any pixels at all. Because the picture is so sharp and clear, you can have a seat closer to an 4K HDTV to add even more of an immersive effect.
What distance is recommended from the human eye and a 4K TV screen? Most scientists say sitting 1 to 1 and 1/2 times the total screen height, versus 3x times the screen height for a 1080p HDTV. That is closer than most people normally sit to watch HDTV however doing so really transforms the experience to a vivid adventure — All the screen surface completely fills your field of vision, making you feel like you are in the scene. Add to this appropriate room lighting and a Dolby surround sound system to un-mistakenly intensify this feeling of immersion.
All 4K HDTVs come with built-in features such as 4K upconversion/scaling which takes the video signals and fills the 4-times greater pixel count of the 4K screen thanks to processing enhancements that make a 4K HUTV completely compatible with all your existent video components. If upconversion would not exist, a 1080p Blu-ray signal would appear as a small rectangular image at the center of the screen, with black bars on all sides.
1080p resolution looks fine on screens 50″ or less because from a typical viewing distance you won’t notice the screen’s grid of pixels. But a 55″ or larger screens benefit from a much higher pixel count, making the pixel grid virtually invisible. 4K HDTVs not only offers a more detailed picture, but also allows you to sit closer to a screen and/or view a larger screen while enjoying unprecedented clarity.
After LG launched the world’s first 4K Ultra HD TV late in 2012. Now their first 2nd-generation 4K HDTVs are here, with even better picture quality than the one from 4k HDTVs. In addition to 4K pixel power, these 4K TVs use backlighting called NANO Full LED full-array backlight with local dimming.
Short and simple, absolutely, yes! HDTVs gave you two mega pixel image (2MP) now imaging how a 33 MP image looks like. 33,177,600 pixels to be exact!
Think about this: Tokyo olympics will be broadcasted in 8K HDTV thats only 3 years away from now (2017) Also, VR (Virtual Reality) already uses 8K resolution.
The era of 4K Ultra High Definition is already here to stay, look online for a tv mounting service near me and get your 4K or 8K HDTV mounted on the wall. Then just sit on your favorite recliner, stretch your legs, turn on your sound system to set the right mood grab the popcorn and enjoy movies and visual content like never before thanks to advances in technology. 8K HDTV is completely inevitable – it is already here!