8K

  • Insta360 Pro is an 8K 360 camera, but it costs US$2,999

    If you’ve ever experimented with 360 cameras you’ll know that the quality even the 4K versions aren’t that great because those pixels are spread across the full 360 sphere. Insta360 has announced a new 8K version that should yield significant resolution necessary to deliver a great experience, whichever direction you...
  • The Olympic Games starts today, captured in stunning 8K

    Today the 2016 Olympics in Rio begins, marked by the opening ceremony. The world’s sporting elite compete every 4 years and in that time, technology advances substantially. While there’s been short, experimental clips shot before, these Olympics will be captured in glorious 8K quality. That’s a mega 7,680×4,320 pixels and don’t forget...
  • NBN promote 8K TV, day after Barnaby Joyce says nobody wants 1Tbps NBN

    The nbn have just published a pretty fantastic post that looks at connected tech trends that will see us consuming even more data in the future. This amazingly timed article comes the day after our Deputy Prime Minister, Barnaby Joyce, appeared on the ABC’s QandA program and told Australia...
  • Sharp’s 8K TV coming next month, Japanese testing 8K broadcasts 2016

    We first seen Sharp’s 8K TV back in January at CES in Vegas, but no cameras were allowed and they certainly weren’t talking price at that stage. Today we get news that from next month, Sharp will begin selling the 8K TVs and if you’re not paying attention, that’s...
  • 8K TVs are amazing and absolutely necessary

    Panasonic’s booth features plenty of neat gadgets at CES 2015, including plenty of displays. One feature is a 4K touchscreen, but the real standout was a black room with a cue. After cueing up for about 10 minutes, we were let into a relatively small room. The room had...
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    Sharp’s new almost 8K display is stunning

    At their CES 2015 press conference this morning Sharp showcased a range of new displays. With everyone talking about 4K, it’s hard to stand out, but Sharp just did. Their ‘Beyond 4K’ display will be the highest resolution commercially available display in 2015. This display isn’t technically 8K in...