UHDTVs And Not 3D TVs Is The Future Of Television
It is the ultra high definition TV rather than 3D TV that seems to be the future direction of televisions. At least, a number of launches in the 4K genre at the IFA event points out to such a scenario. There is the issue of one trying to detect pixels with the naked eye and making sense as well as sensibility of the high density pixels. There is the 4K format of high definition that has been introduced but what came about at the IFA was that this would cost money to whoever was dreaming about 4K.
Comparing the presence of 3D to 2D itself at the IFA was quite contrasting with the number of variations in 3D far and few. There was some technology on display with sets in 3D not requiring glasses but then the ones that required glasses to see in 3D were of better picture quality. The picture quality however was far below that of 2D.
If there was one set in the 3D TV category to talk about at the event, it was the LG set. A mammoth 84 inch set with 3D as well as 4K resolution. The picture quality was worth being immersed into. The only factor was that this one required viewing glasses for 3D. In the US this set is being sold at $22,105.
The future of 3D TV cannot be written off though. What can only be concluded as of now is that 4K TV sets are here to stay.
The IFA event had a huge array of technology giants showing off their products. As much as a TV set is defined by its pixel density the IFA was also packed in density by stalls. There was no single winner and there can never be so in such events, but for sure every visitor must have suffered some degree of screen fatigue at the event.