Maybe 4K isn’t all that unreasonable?

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    • #44624
      gldnears
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    • #186867
      Woody
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      All I get on the link is “A day made of glass” by Corning that only goes to 720 res

    • #302884
      gldnears
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      ” All I get on the link is “A day made of glass” by Corning that only goes to 720 res “

      Sorry . . . I guess my point wasn’t obvious. It seems to me that if we are eventuallyto have access to such wide ranges of video display sizes, up to an entire side of a building, or the entire living room wall; under current resolutions, we could be looking at pixel sizes ranging from pingpong ball size to softball size.

      The Corning presentation is very interesting! Watch it.

      Rick Crampton

    • #301606
      gldnears
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      ” All I get on the link is “A day made of glass” by Corning that only goes to 720 res “

      Sorry . . . I guess my point wasn’t obvious. It seems to me that if we are eventuallyto have access to such wide ranges of video display sizes, up to an entire side of a building, or the entire living room wall; under current resolutions, we could be looking at pixel sizes ranging from pingpong ball size to softball size.

      The Corning presentation is very interesting! Watch it.

      Rick Crampton

    • #301939
      gldnears
      Member

      ” All I get on the link is “A day made of glass” by Corning that only goes to 720 res “

      Sorry . . . I guess my point wasn’t obvious. It seems to me that if we are eventuallyto have access to such wide ranges of video display sizes, up to an entire side of a building, or the entire living room wall; under current resolutions, we could be looking at pixel sizes ranging from pingpong ball size to softball size.

      The Corning presentation is very interesting! Watch it.

      Rick Crampton

    • #302730
      gldnears
      Member

      ” All I get on the link is “A day made of glass” by Corning that only goes to 720 res “

      Sorry . . . I guess my point wasn’t obvious. It seems to me that if we are eventuallyto have access to such wide ranges of video display sizes, up to an entire side of a building, or the entire living room wall; under current resolutions, we could be looking at pixel sizes ranging from pingpong ball size to softball size.

      The Corning presentation is very interesting! Watch it.

      Rick Crampton

    • #302231
      gldnears
      Member

      ” All I get on the link is “A day made of glass” by Corning that only goes to 720 res “

      Sorry . . . I guess my point wasn’t obvious. It seems to me that if we are eventuallyto have access to such wide ranges of video display sizes, up to an entire side of a building, or the entire living room wall; under current resolutions, we could be looking at pixel sizes ranging from pingpong ball size to softball size.

      The Corning presentation is very interesting! Watch it.

      Rick Crampton

    • #186868
      gldnears
      Member

      ” All I get on the link is “A day made of glass” by Corning that only goes to 720 res “

      Sorry . . . I guess my point wasn’t obvious. It seems to me that if we are eventuallyto have access to such wide ranges of video display sizes, up to an entire side of a building, or the entire living room wall; under current resolutions, we could be looking at pixel sizes ranging from pingpong ball size to softball size.

      The Corning presentation is very interesting! Watch it.

      Rick Crampton

    • #186869
      Woody
      Participant

      I was looking at the spec of the video. The “Story” or “Theme” of that video is nothing different to the films made back in the 50’s- 60’s about what life will be like in the year 2000. What is possible isn’t always destined to be in our future or feasible for that matter.

      Swish! 🙂

    • #203889
      doublehamm
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      This is quite different, difference being the corning is technology that is already working. The old video was people predicting what the future might bring. Anyhow, one of my favorites of “old” videos predicting the future is this one. Just watch it over, the thing is stunningly accurate. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uO58SGiYwwo

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