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The Rise of 4K at the Expense of 3D


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The Presentation will look at the technologies markets,methodologies and implementation of Ultra HD TV. What about 3D TV which has reduced significantly in the last 12 months? Has 3D TV a future and has Ultra HD contributed to 3Ds demise?

Date and Time

04 December 2014 - 18:30-20:30


Birkenhead, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Organised by the UK - NW:Merseyside &W.Cheshire local network.

About this event

The Presentation will look at the technologies markets and methodologies behind the launch
and implementation of Ultra High definition Television.  The recent usage and implementation of 3D television services has reduced significantly in the last twelve months.  Why did this happen? Has 3D a future and what part has Ultra HD played in 3Ds demise?
We aren't stopping at 4K, there are plans and proposed standards for 8K and beyond.  Why do we want or need more resolution?  Has visual acuity evolved so we can perceive more  resolution than Broadcast systems in the past or are there other drivers than Single screen traditional Broadcast Considerations?

Additional information

Contact Gordon Nicholas, tel: 0151 336 7143
or email:
Refreshments from 6pm
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Visitors welcome
Ample free parking

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Registration information

Prior registration is requested but not mandatory

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