If you are impressed by picture and sound quality HD TV brace yourself for some kickass UHD (Ultra High-Definition), NHK, the well known Japanese broadcaster, has come up with the world’s first UHD ( or known as SHV in Japan) filmed short drama. The short film named ‘Beauties A La Carte Restaurant of Many beauty drama’ has been directed by Toshio Lee, well known Japanese film director. The film has been specifically made for a screening at Cannes Film Festival to be held in France in May this year. The idea is to showcase the capability of Super High-Vision and attract the industry giants who’ll gather at the International film festival.
UHD or Super High-Vision has 8k pixel density that is 16 times more than usual HD TV and has 22.2 Ch sound. R&D lab of NHK and Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications of Japan earlier reached an agreement with the goals to introduce 8K Super Hi-Vision broadcasting by 2020 in Japan.
[Impress Watch – Japanese]