fusillade762: Great. Now we'll need some kind of Ultra High broadcasting method.
TommyymmoT: That reminds me. I have to make a Honey Boo Boo 18th birthday countdown clock.
Sgygus: Ultra-HDTVCan we get a new acronym? Something with some different letters? 4k is good; not accurate, but it sounds good.
Brontes: Does it get "Owe, my balls"?
queezyweezel: Sgygus: Ultra-HDTVCan we get a new acronym? Something with some different letters? 4k is good; not accurate, but it sounds good.4KTV or 4K UHDTV is what we call it at the cable company. Testing it right now, and it's pretty slick.
RedPhoenix122: TommyymmoT: That reminds me. I have to make a Honey Boo Boo 18th birthday countdown clock.You're doing God's work.
LaBlueSkuld: Followed up by RRHDTV, and then RRRHDTV.
Dinjiin: LaBlueSkuld: Followed up by RRHDTV, and then RRRHDTV.I'll wait for LDTV - ludicrous definition television.Although, my eyes have never seen that many pixels before. I'm not sure they can handle it.
this name taken: Isn't hyper-realistic picture the thing that's got The Hobbit into a bit of a fix lately as being "distracting"?
Cornelius Dribble: Looks like the price has gone up 18K since the link was submitted.
PsyLord: /fark's slipping
Dinjiin: They should have gone with a 30fps frame rate rather than 48fps. Some people start to get wonky when the frame rate goes above 40fps.
CatfoodSpork: Is there a difference between the phrase "price point" and the word "price" or is just something that retail employees do to make themselves seem more important?
gingerjet: I added it to the list of total bullshiat that reviewers were kicking out about the movie.
Dinjiin: gingerjet: I added it to the list of total bullshiat that reviewers were kicking out about the movie.I've heard that it is a lot like 3D glasses. For many people, no problem. For others, it completely farks with their brains and they get headaches or perception issues.
wildsnowllama: Is there any movies or tv broadcasts at this definition currently?
profplump: / Really wishes we could get back to the high DPI we had on CRTs// Doesn't miss the 22" depth of CRT
RexTalionis: So, anyway, Samsung and LG developed the slim CRT display in around 2003-2004, neither of which saw the light of day because everyone was buying LCDs instead.
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