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I wonder if the PS5 will support this

 

***** and I just bought a 50" 1080p Viera

 

Your thoughts.

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Would our eyes actually be able to tell the difference on a moderately sized TV? :|
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TomBeta wrote:
Would our eyes actually be able to tell the difference on a moderately sized TV? :|

you'd need a house sized tv to get the most out of it i expect, probably cost the same too.

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HazelAM wrote:

TomBeta wrote:
Would our eyes actually be able to tell the difference on a moderately sized TV? :|

you'd need a house sized tv to get the most out of it i expect, probably cost the same too.


No, I think the pixels in the TV will get smaller so 4320p could be possible on a 40" TV.

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i read somewhere that scientists got some people to test out a really high resolution, and a few of them felt dizzy and threw up :|
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i read somewhere that scientists got some people to test out a really high resolution, and a few of them felt dizzy and threw up :|
Lol where ever you read this stuff, bin it.
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Xx-UNREAL_UK-xX wrote:
i read somewhere that scientists got some people to test out a really high resolution, and a few of them felt dizzy and threw up :|
Lol where ever you read this stuff, bin it.

 

Do not mock, the man is telling the truth this really happened! At that Resolution you cant tell it apart from what we see through our own ocular resolution. Its that good, or bad!
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Xx-UNREAL_UK-xX wrote:
i read somewhere that scientists got some people to test out a really high resolution, and a few of them felt dizzy and threw up :|
Lol where ever you read this stuff, bin it.

 

Do not mock, the man is telling the truth this really happened! At that Resolution you cant tell it apart from what we see through our own ocular resolution. Its that good, or bad!
True there are some whos minds are easily fooled (those that suffer from motion sickness in films like Cloverfield) but the majority of brains won't be fooled by a flat screen.
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InfraRedPS wrote:

AJTRIX2 wrote:

InfraRedPS wrote:

Xx-UNREAL_UK-xX wrote:
i read somewhere that scientists got some people to test out a really high resolution, and a few of them felt dizzy and threw up :|
Lol where ever you read this stuff, bin it.

 

Do not mock, the man is telling the truth this really happened! At that Resolution you cant tell it apart from what we see through our own ocular resolution. Its that good, or bad!
True there are some whos minds are easily fooled (those that suffer from motion sickness in films like Cloverfield) but the majority of brains won't be fooled by a flat screen.

 

Well, i dont know im hardly gonna argue about something ive never seen for myself. All i will say is that NHK Japan are thinking of putting the technology into homes via massive Wall sized screens, like the one Marty Mcfly had in Back to the future 2.

 

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I saw it at IBC. It's pretty insane. It's just the cost of filming content for that kind of thing. Those camera CCD's aren't cheap!!

 

For gaming, it's different. It'll be beautiful! Especially if they can begin to incorporate the 'virtual 3D' into it. Can't wait to see what the future brings. 

 

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Xx-UNREAL_UK-xX wrote:
i read somewhere that scientists got some people to test out a really high resolution, and a few of them felt dizzy and threw up :|

I know two ppl who feel sick after watching plasma screens. HD SD LCD are all fine it's just plasma's that affect them.

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TomBeta wrote:
Would our eyes actually be able to tell the difference on a moderately sized TV? :|


People say you can't tell the difference between 720p and 1080p on a small (less than 40 inch) TV.

Personally I can see the difference in the "density" of a picture on a small screen. This is a 22inch in front of me, and the difference between any resolution is easily visible, PC or HD.

A lot of the Ultra HD concept pieces available to buy are very small screens as well.
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If your 50" Bravia was 4x the resolution, I doubt you would see that much difference.  Probably only good for 200" screens.  Then again, how would I know?  Just a guess!
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I think i'll put the viera in the bedroom and pre-order a bravia 1000":manvery-happy:
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Banana_HavoK wrote:

I wonder if the PS5 will support this

 

***** and I just bought a 50" 1080p Viera

 

Your thoughts.


I'm sure that one day we'll all look back on 1080p and laugh at how we used to think it was a high quality display mode  

 

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I used to look at the textures in DOOM and think....Wow
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"Uncompressed, a 20 minute broadcast would require roughly 3.5Tb of storage."

 

Sheesh!

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thats okay, pc's will be sold with standard 1000TB HD's by then
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It will probably only be used on enormous TVs.  Although I disagree with people who say you can't tell the difference between higher resolutions on smaller TVs, I would say that you probably won't be able to tell the difference between UHD and an image with a quarter of the resolution (or less).  IIRC it's called the limit of resolution, it has to do with the distance between cones on your fovea (the part of your retina that sees detail in what you are looking directly at), the fact is that the pixels will be too small for adjacent pixels to be picked up by different cones, so they will merge into one and you won't see the quality.  I think we will get higher resolutions on standard TVs, and the PS4/5 probably will support them, but not that high.  It may be possible that you could get a special console made specifically for uber big TVs that support such resolutions though...
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4320p !!!!  what ? My 1080 samsung 40" is supposed to be getting delivered today - technology moves so fast these days grrr

 

Btw i was given a delivery slot of 7am-11am (ON A DUNSAY) lol i would love to see what wages these guys are on !

 

It would be a great step forward for cinemas if they changed there screening format and used massive screens instead of projectors (but i guess advances in that field are striding forward to). Oh and yes i know it would cost a fortune to kit cinemas out with massive lcd screens etc so keep your flaming to yerself

 

 

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