Picasa, YouTube and now also Google Art Project, all cloud services that are ready for Quad HD and beyond!
The usage scenario is something like this, have a slideshow of your favorite art from around the world displayed in Quad HD resolution in your living room sub-$1000 46" Quad-HDTV.
Anyone with a 3megapixel photo camera or higher creates photo content suitable to be viewed on a Quad HD screen.
Anyone filming with upcoming RED cameras or other consumer camcorders to come that record 2K, 3K, 4K, 5K or more, all those deserve to be seen on Quad HD screen, and can be streamed from YouTube even!
Screen and Projector industry, please take this advice: Give up on 3D as soon as possible and make us some Quad-HD, 4K2K screens and projectors at the same cost as 3D!!! All it takes is a new faster processor to process the higher resolution!
Here are some of the Quad HD screens I saw at conferences during the past few years, every time I see content on a Quad HD screen, I am blown away:
JVC 4K2K Camcorder and TV at CES 2011
Samsung 3840x2160p 82″ LCD HDTV at CeBIT 2008
JVC 4K2K HDTV and Projector at IFA 2008
- JVC KY-F4000 - JVC shows new 4k and 8k cameras. (frankglencairn.wordpress.com)
- World's greatest art galleries now on Google Street View (telegraph.co.uk)
This is a pocket HD camcorder with a built-in qvga projector, it's on the market for about $299. Find more informations here.
This camera has a built-in nHD projector from Texas Instruments that projects a 640x360 image right from the camcorder.
In the future, every camera, every phone, everything will integrate built-in projectors. Basically to make a big screen on any wall or table out of any pocketable device. It uses the new nHD pico projector technology by Texas Instruments at 640x360 resolution and around 15 lumen output.
Check this out cause it's actually awesome. This is a concept device, integrating a Texas Instruments OMAP3530 processor platform running Android, WiFi, Bluetooth, into a lamp that takes power from any lamp. It's a lamp, but it projects Android and apps to the wall, any video. Find more information about Seco at http://seco.it
Aiptek is releasing this DLP powered 50-lumen pocket projector.
A good looking, perfectly pocketable, digital camcorder combined with a projector that will cost between 220 and 250 US$.
A tablet unlike all the others! Made by a DigiLife, a producer of professional vga camcorders, it adds a built-in vga projector to a 10" capacitive touchscreen.
Processor: Samsung Cortex A8
Target price: less than 200 US$ !!
ARM talks to Robert Tolbert, Director of Product Management at Texas Instruments at Mobile World Congress about their latest OMAP 4 platform showcasing multiple display capabilities.
You can also see my video interview and product showcase that I filmed at MWC at: http://armdevices.net/2010/02/16/texas-instruments-omap4-demonstrations/
This video was released at ARM's official Youtube channel: http://www.youtube.com/ARMflix
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The nHD is the next generation of Texas Instruments Pico Projector DLP solutions, this time even more compact, uses lower power, will be available for an even lower cost than the current DLP based Pico Projector solutions. This will enable manufacturers of Smart Phones, of Portable Video Players, of Netbooks, Tablets and more such devices to integrate an amazing projector right into the devices without adding too much weight and cost to the devices. This next generation nHD chip will start to be manufactured by Texas Instruments in the next few months and could soon after be integrated in one of your next devices. The first batches take up less than half the volume and power consumption compared to previous Pico Projector generations, may "only" project a 640x360 image with low lumen output to save battery runtime, but Texas Instruments definitely says they could upgrade those to HD resolutions and improve the brightness of the output all the while consume less battery power.