Anyone want to use one of these for more than 3 minutes? I’m not impressed with the experience. Sorry.
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Sony engineer explains how Sony is making 4K. Here showing the Sony 65″ 4K Bravia X-Reality Pro display with 60p HDMI 2.0 support. Talking about Sony upscaling, color and detail engine. Now I’m looking forward to the 55″ being sub-$1500 and the 65″ being sub-$2000, so more people can afford this amazing 4K world.
This Mitubishi 4K Laser TV uses red laser to produce the industry’s best red colors in addition to using blue and gree LED in this 4K LCD. Mitsubishi’s TV is one of the only laser 4k Tvs market. Some of Mitsubishi’s Laser TVs are on the market but are only sold in Japan for a price of about 2,000 USD and are currently only available in 1080p.
Panasonic shows all their latest 4K technologies, launching a 65″ 4K, showing off a 55″ RGB printed OLED screen, 4K 20″ tablet, 4K Camcorder (coming soon), showing HDMI 2.0 on their 4K, 4K upscaling, and more about Panasonic’s 4K engine.
Cambrios chief marketing officer Sriram Peruvemba speaks at the CEATEC 2013 about the Cambrios ClearOhm silver-nanowires technology. This is the full version that includes the Japanese translations, I may post a version half the length with all the Japanese translations edited out in the next couple of days.
Sharp shows the latest range of LCD IGZO screens, showing 4K at 15.6″ coming in laptops later this year, 32″ IGZO 4K, and Sharp is right now selling a range of Smartphone and Tablet sized IGZO displays in Japan, why they aren’t yet shipping IGZO much outside of Japan yet, I am not sure. IGZO allows to refresh the screen as slow as 1Hz, saving drastic amounts of power on the screen refresh. Sharp also shows their new MEMS screen demos, made in collaboration with Qualcomm, perhaps Texas Instruments has been showing similar MEMS solutions like this for something like 10 years though (if implemented in displays yet or not I don’t know).
Rifda is a Shenzhen based producer of transparent LCDS. The transparent LCDS make it into products such as 3D glasses as well as point of sale products for banks.
Sony AX1 4K Camorder, records 4K 24p/25p/30p/50p/60p on XQD memory cards in XAVC S codec at 60/100/150mbitps
Sony presents their first consumer 4K camcorder. The price is $4500€. Records 3840×2160 in 24p, 30p, 25p, 50p and 60p. Encoding using Sony’s new XAVC S codec. XAVC S is a new version of XAVC, used in Sony’s higher-end F5 and F55. XAVC S 4K footage is encoded in 3 possible bitrates 60mbit/s, 100mbit/s and 150 Mbit/s on Sony’s new XQD memory card format. SD Card is only for 1080p recording, the USB host port might allow for 4K recording to an external hard drive, I am not sure. This new Sony camcorder arrives on the market in November. The end of this video also shows some of the latestSony 4K TVs selling for starting about 4000€ in Europe for Sony’s 55″ 4K TV and about 5500€ for Sony’s 65″ 4K TV.
Marseille shows their latest VTV-1222 family of 4K video processors providing single-chip solution to process, enhance, and upscale legacy video content to 4K (3840×2160) for display on next generation 4K UHD TVs. Marseille claims to provide one of the best 4K upscaling technologies yet, to upscale 1080p content to 4K. The Marseille processor is embedded for example in the latest Toshiba Blu-ray player to upscale 1080p Blu-ray movies to 4K screens.