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4K Video is a useless tech
Also - based on the "resolution" the human eye can detect, and based on average viewing distances from a TV, a 1080P or 4K tv would have identical sharpness, and our eyes would perceive the images as being exactly the same.
4K is really a useless, high priced, luxury technology that nobody really needs, and that our eyes are not equipped to handle. Why companies keep investing in this is beyond me.
As I said, and this is a known fact - the human eye, from average viewing distances, is unable to discern the differences between 1080P and 4K. NOT from 720P to 1080P, which the human eye IS able to discern. And yes, I have seen a 4K tv up close. They look amazing when you are 1, 2, 3 feet away, but thats not a realistic viewing distance. With a comparable 1080P tv, side-by-side, same screen size, at the recommended viewing distance, which I think it 8 - 10 feet, I could not see a difference. The colours were more vibrant on the 4K, probably because of contrast ratios, however the sharpness and over all image quality were the same.
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And what i meant is, at a certain distance 720p would look the same as 1080p...
I thought it was widely known that the human eye can not discern between 1080P and 4K at the recommended viewing distance.
I guess it isnt. I will educated you.
The human eye can not discern between 1080P and 4K at the recommended viewing distance.
Personally I like it when technology goes well beyond the point I'm told my senses cannot tell the difference because I often can experience the differences. If you go well beyond that point then you probably really are safely at a point where improvements have no benefits.
For example, I was told DLP TVs were wonderful because almost no one could see the rainbow effect the tech produced. I could and had a hard time watching those sets. We're often told that 128mbs MP3s are CD qu...
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