Sony 8K 10,000 NITS!
LCD Flat Panel Displays
8K is now!
Looks like 8K at CES 2018! BOE kicks off commercial production at 10.5G line Rebecca Kuo, Tainan; Steve Shen, DIGITIMES [Thursday 21 December 2017] China-based BOE Technology has announced it has officially kicked off commercial operations at its first, as well as the world's first, 10.5G l...
HDR 10 Tone Mapping versus accurate EOTF tracking
From what I understand, there is an EOTF standard that replaces gamma with standard luminance levels for HDR content. It seems fairly straight forward. To be accurate, a display follows this curve precisely. A properly calibrated display puts out the 100 nits at the 100 nits level, 200 nits at th...
Sharp 27" IGZO 8K 120Hz 10-bit HDR 1,000-nit Monitor
That's quite a mouthful. It will probably never materialize - just like the Dell OLED monitor - but still a great proof of concept.
How long can one view 10,000 nits?
Assuming for a moment that we had a perfect Dolby Vision LCD or OLED capable of 0-10,000 nits without ABL, I just can't comprehend watching content anywhere near that level of brightness for any extended amount of time. Even playing a videogame or watching a movie with bright flashes of gunfire/...
Sharp's 8K TV Will Set You Back Only $133,000
Want to future-proof your home for the next decade? Sharp is selling an 85-inch, 8K TV for $133,000.Sharp's 8K TV Will Set You Back Only $133,000 : Read more
First 8k TV's being sold
Just read that the first 8k televisions are becoming available from the news ticker on Comcast. It said Sharp is releasing them at $133,000. The time line is a quarter earlier than I projected when I did some research on it last summer when deciding to skip 4k and go with the 7150 series. Price i...
8K TV on SALE!
from engadget , "today in Japan, Sharp announced an 85-inch version is going on sale October 30th. Dubbed the LV-85001, it's a monitor (it has a tuner so you could call it a TV, but that can't actually receive 8K video) for professional use only, mostly since there...
Netflix: High Dynamic Range is 'more important' than 4K
The following are selected quotes from "The Telegraph" read more HERE Quote: "Forget 4K resolution, High Dynamic Range will make a bigger difference to your TV viewing experience, according to Netflix"As anyone who is into photography will know, HDR stands for High ...