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The Future Of Tv Is Exciting With 8k And Innovative Screen Technology

The recently concluded Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas shed new light on a lot of interesting immersive technology developments. It is an event many consumers look forward to, for gathering updated technology-related information and experiencing cutting edge gadgets closely.

Many innovations showcased at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) stood out from the crowd and intrigued audiences, exhibiting how technology is set to improve our lives in the not so distant future.

One of the key areas of innovation during this edition of the CES, like at others before it, was TV technology innovation. A prominent and noteworthy example was the latest roll-up TV screen exhibited by LG. There were other innovations too, which pointed toward the rising trend of inbuilt technology and better image technology.

Many of the developments showcased during the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) event, hinted towards a brighter future for television watchers in general.

Television has already moved past the point of stationary living room entertainment boxes, owing to developments in the last decade. Now, TV consumers can view content across various devices of their choice, including desktops, laptops, tablets, and mobiles.

Based on research, audiences are now consuming television content across more than one device. The number of screens is going up in each home with each passing year. The latest pieces of technology showcased at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) point towards further improvements in screen technology innovation.

Technology stalwarts like Google and Microsoft are bringing about constant developments in the domains of virtual reality, mixed reality and augmented reality technology. One of the remarkable developments in recent times includes mixed reality glasses, which also garnered attention during the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this year.

Mixed reality glasses are quite relevant to the domain of television entertainment, as they can turn conventional TV screens into things of the past. High-tech MR glasses enable viewers to view the content of all sizes, whenever and wherever they prefer, with a mobile screen.


Television gets a facelift for the future

Three-dimensional television was a topic that generated a great buzz some years earlier, but the technology has failed to make a splash during this year’s CES edition. On the contrary, there were instances of innovations related to conventional screen technology.

The LG manufactured rollable screen TV was an important topic of discussion. It is a revolutionary design, resembling the old school roll up projector screen form factor. It comes with a high definition 65-inch organic light-emitting diode (OLED) screen and is packed with 4K resolution, Users can roll down their TV screens partly for getting past the horizontal aspect ratio enabling black bars utilised for feature films.

8K televisions were also exhibited by many television manufacturer brands during the CES event. As opposed to a 3840 x 2160 pixels resolution of 4K televisions, 8K ones have a resolution of 7680 x 4320 pixels. 8K TVs, however, will work best with content that is 8K, to begin with.

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