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4K: Hype or Opportunity? There’s More to Video Resolution than Just Resolution
April 10, 2013, 2pm ET
Duration: 1 hr Presented by: Bob Archer, CE Pro Panelists: George Walter, VP of Home Cinema, Digital Projection, Inc.; Blake Vackar, Director of Sales, Screen Innovations
Over the past year the benefits of 4K/ Ultra HD resolution has been marketed to a point where it’s borderline hyperbole. Having more data or information in an image is definitely an advantage over images with lower resolutions, but there’s more to image quality than rows of pixels.
Factors such as lenses, poorly compressed and/or low-res content, inappropriate viewing distances and poor viewing angles also play a role in what type of experience a viewer gets with his or her video system.
In this webinar, you will learn what it takes to design and install state-of-the-art home video systems that maximize the proven products and technologies that are readily available in today’s home video market. The session will also lay out the selling points for and against 4K /Ultra HD that integrators can use when speaking to customers.