Tag: NHK

  • Japan has come up with World’s first 8k SHV filmed short drama

    Japan has come up with World’s first 8k SHV filmed short drama

    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…

  • Panasonic and NHK show off 145-inch Ultra High Definition Plasma Display

    Panasonic and NHK show off 145-inch Ultra High Definition Plasma Display

    If you thought that 85-inch displays were the real trip then here’s a reality check. Panasonic and NHK have joined forces to roll out a stunning 145-inch Ultra High Definition Plasma Display. With resolutions of 7860×4320 pixels, supported effortlessly, you know that we’re seeing one of the world’s first with such capabilities. The images, streamed…

  • Catch the 2012 Olympics in Super Hi Vision at these locations

    The OBS (Olympic Broadcasting Organization) along with the BBC will be scheduling screening of the 2002 Olympics at select locations in London, Japan and the USA in Super Hi Vision. The screening will be held at four locations in Japan from July 28 to Aug 12, 2012 (the closing of the Olympics) and from July…

  • The next best thing since the TV programming guide

    The next best thing since the TV programming guide

    Japan based NHK Science & Technology Research Laboratories (STRL) is testing an interface which observes TV viewers, determines their interest and provides information related to the TV program in accordance with the way they are watching it. UTAN (user technology assisted navigation) TV viewing interface as it is called, has a camera mounted on the…

  • At 85 inches Sharp has the world’s first UHDTV

    At 85 inches Sharp has the world’s first UHDTV

    NHK and Sharp are developing what may be the future of high definition television. Measuring 85 inches across and supporting the Super High vision standard the panel supports a resolution of 7,680×4,320 pixels, yes that is correct there is no typo here. Just to be put it in perspective it is 16 times the resolution…