4k: The Technology Of The Future

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The future seems very bright if we look at the huge progresses of technology. Last year’s gadgets are already old news. This entire avalanche of newer technologies that keep getting enhanced every single day is just overwhelming. It seems hard to keep up. Unless you’re really passionate about progress, it’s pretty impossible to live a normal life and to stay up-to-date to all the latest news. Not to mention that unless you’re a millionaire, you can’t buy them.

So where does that leave the majority of people? Getting hooked with technologies that we can’t afford and knowing details about things we won’t enjoy? Not really. The great part is that all the gadgets that seem a bit outdated eventually get cheaper. The surprising fact is that all the gadgets get outdated extremely fast. Just a few years ago a laptop was a luxury. Now everyone has one. Let’s not even talk about smart phones. They totally took the world by storm.

Here is the newest huge thing: 4k. This is a resolution. Can you guess anything about it? Did you guess that it has 4,000×2,000 pixels? Isn’t this completely shocking? Who would have thought that something like this is even possible. But it is and it’s here. It’s the technology of the future. Most likely just a few years from now many people will enjoy it.

A 4k TV can display up to 1.07 billion colors. Now how would you define that? There are 84” Smart 4k TVs. And the technology keeps on developing fast. It’s not only about the resolution, it’s also about quicker frame rates and drastically enhanced contrast dynamics. The images have the ultimate details and look very lifelike.

At the moment there are monitors, cameras, TVs and projectors available. They are indeed expensive and you need to have a really high income to be able to afford one of those. But you know what? 4k will have the same faith as Full HD or Standard Definition. Everything that includes this technology will have a lower price pretty soon.

The 4k resolution has the potential of bringing the clearest image achieved so far. It won’t take long until you’ll be able to experience it. And the boundaries of science will be pushed even farther. This really makes you wonder how far can we go? The world advanced more than ever in the last century. How will things look a few decades from now from a technological standpoint?


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