Friday, May 2, 2008

JVC Makes First Super Hi-Vision Display...35 Megapixels

VC's new Direct-Drive Image Light Amplifier can produced images at a staggering 8192 x 4320 resolution—that's 35 megapixels, or around 16 times more than full HD.

In fact, JVC are saying the little single-device reflective liquid crystal imager has the highest resolution in the World, and the first to enable projectors to produce "Super Hi-Vision" images. The technology behind it has been worked on since 2003, refining the pixel count and contrast upwards with each generation. Last year JVC made a 1.27-inch 4096 x 2400 version, which went on sale in a projector in February 2008. So does this mean we'll see the new 1.75-inch, 20,000:1 version in projectors soon?

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