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Do tech decisions makers truly need to worry about 8K resolution right now? You can only answer that with a complex answer, but suffice it to say: yes AND no.
When it comes to choosing a commercial display, you’ll hear plenty of buzz about 4K UHD, but it’s really high dynamic range (HDR) that should hold your attention.
The Prudential Center is the home of the NHL’s New Jersey Devils, and recently the facility installed a 4K LED scoreboard from Absen and Trans-Lux.
BrightSign has been showing off its Series 4 players at Integrated Systems Europe 2018. The devices will be released in Q2 of 2018 and will suport 4K HDR.
In a newly released report, PMA Research finds sales of 32-inch and larger UHD 4K Displays quadruple in only a year since last August.
Brawn Consulting recently put on a webinar that explains how the eye sees 4K, and there is some interesting information about the highly touted technology.
The new InFocus Jupiter Control 1000 Series 4K processors work with the Canvas collaborative visualization platform and can decode up to eight IP streams.