It is not a question if the network is ready, it is a question of how many can actually see that well. I am in my 40s and have to wear glasses. 3D is hard to use so I avoid that nightmare if I can. I have a projector because at least I can blow it up, take my glasses off and figure out what is going on. My eyes have to rest.
So what exactly is the reason for 4K? Sure this is great for zooming in on a sports play or similar, but really. It is stupid.
You sound like the Luddites still claiming that SD is good enough for them. Have you seen 4K so that you can make a judgment on it?
|reply to lordfly |
There would be a remarkable difference for home theater systems with a very large projection screens (for example, a 7' x 13' screen). For a typical basement "man cave" poured with 8' forms, the wall ends up being about 7'6" high. This would be a picture that takes up the entire height of the wall. Imagine a picture that big but just as sharp as 1080 on a 60" flat panel. The typical baseball game behind-the-pitcher view would yield nearly life-sized players with incredible detail. I think that would sell -- at least to those who can afford it.
|reply to travisc |
Agreed, I have a 42 LCD, and when even watching from about 6 feet I can still see blocks.. that's on a 1080p video to.., most people dont see it as it was never pointed out to them... once I seen it I see it now on every TV that is above 39, and on a 60 its so noticeable its horrible