ultra HD

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4K AND 8K: WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE?

- A lot of new products and solutions highlight “4K” and “8K” as a key selling point, but what exactly does that mean—and how does it relate to an end user? THE NUMBERS Both 4K and 8K are classified as Ultra HD resolutions. The numbers in beginning of the names “4K” and “8K” refer to the horizontal pixel count in thousands. 8K has twice as many horizontal and vertical pixels as 4K—so how does that translate to the overall picture? The total pixel count in a 4K is 8 million pixels, or one-fourth of…

The Future of Present Decisions

- In an earlier blog entry I referenced a concept I called Drucker’s Efficiency. In case you were wondering, Peter Ferdinand Drucker was something of a rock star in the world of multinational corporations during the latter half of the 20th Century. His groundbreaking book “Concept of the Corporation” was strong medicine for GM and the other industrial giants of the 1950’s. Drucker’s impact on business is only now being put into real perspective, and that makes his observation that “Long range pl…

What is HDMI 2.0?

- The world of HDMI can be somewhat confusing and at times challenging. What seems like a simple connection gets muddied by crafty marketing language and inconsistencies amongst manufacturers. In this post we are going to clear up some of that confusion and arm you with the most up-to-date information on the HDMI specification. The HDMI 2.0 specification is the latest standard for HDMI audio/video signals. The HDMI 2.0 specification introduced support for features such as a 21:9 theatrical aspect…


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