Defined standard for TVs ultra-high resolution: 4K and 8K
Under the name of Ultra High-Definition TV (UHDTV) defined the new standard for televisions of the future, created by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), part of the UN organization that seeks to give guidance to device manufacturers to when designing their models to be released in a few years.
What is proposed are two kinds of TVs Ultra HD resolution of 3840 x 2160 (4K) and 7680 Ã— 4320 (8K) formats currently designed to work within the film industry. The idea is that when they start out the first teams to see these two figures in the tenders as now TVs are HD (720p) and Full HD (1080p).
We do not know when it will hit the windows, as the newly defined standard will certainly have to wait for the natural evolution of the market to go out of fashion and enter the full HD to the new category, which as recently seen, and know what be treated and in fact, already has given us aprontes televisions prototypes that have 4K resolution , so at least we know it is possible to make today.Full HD, HD, HD-TV, HDTV, itu, screen, TV, TVs, uhd tv, UHDTV, ultra hd, ultra-high definition TV, UN