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    Default Japanese government plans input on ultra high-definition TV: report

    Japanese government plans input on ultra high-definition TV: report
    Monday, January 14th, 2008

    The Japanese government will begin a joint project with private companies to develop technology for next-generation ultra high-definition video, a daily newspaper report said today. The communications ministry also aims to begin broadcasting with the system in 2015 and internationally standardised the Japanese technology, the Yomiuri Shimbun said without citing sources.

    The technology, to be called “Super Hi-Vision”, could show images of about 33 million pixels, 16 times more than the present Hi-Vision technology, a high-definition TV technology developed by public broadcaster NHK, it said. The ministry was expected to spend 300 million yen ($2.7 million) on start-up research starting from the fiscal year in April, it said.

    No comment on the report was available from the ministry today, a public holiday in Japan.

    (Source: AFP)

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    Astia daca-si pun mintea in 2-3 ani se muta pe Marte....

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    sa inteleg ca, Quad HDTV-ul era prea plictisitor?

    mda..."numai" 8m pixeli



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