"Ultra HD" articles

2017 brought some exciting developments in the telehealth space. 2016's 21st Century Cures Act has helped to streamline regulations around the adoption of digital health technologies, and in response the FDA has established a new digital health unit to focus on areas such as telemedicine, mobile apps, wearable devices, clinical algorithms (aka software-as-a-medical-device), and health information technology.   As a result of its new focus on streamlining, the FDA has:...
TVs and projectors have provided us with the most radical shift in TV watching since the invention of color television standards. With such advancements as High Dynamic Range (HDR), Wide Color Gamut (Rec. 2020), High Frame Rate (HFR), and increased pixel count, television and movie watching will never be the same. Join Parks Associates at CEDIA EXPO 2015 , October 14-16, 2015 in Dallas. Director of Research Barbara Kraus will moderator the panel "Next Generation TVs &...
 
Brett Sappington , Director of Research at Parks Associates, will be speaking at TV Xperience World 2014 on October 15. He will be presenting new research on 4K technology, Ultra HD, and pay-TV during the session " Understanding the Importance of 4K " from 4:25 - 4:45pm.   Parks Associates research finds more than 46 million households worldwide will subscribe to a 4K UHD pay-TV service by 2018. Pay-TV providers will deploy this service as a differentiator,...
 
by Brett Sappington | Oct. 14, 2014
Tags: 4K, industry event, pay TV, ultra HD
Parks Associates recently release special new research on the state of the TV technology market, specifically as it applies to 4K adoption. The research report, "4K Today: Bringing Ultra HD to Market," finds that 50% of CEDIA dealers believe that 4K technology will make up less than 5% of their business. The new report focus analyzes the current trends affecting 4K adoption in the United States, including the current status of content production and how OTT services...
 
by Kaitlin Hawkins | Mar. 12, 2014
Tags: 4K, Market Focus, Ultra HD
By Kurt Scherf, Contributor TVs make for good eye-candy, and there were plenty of huge displays to be seen from all of the major manufacturers. This year’s hot topic was “Ultra High-Definition” televisions (also known as “Ultra HD” or “4K” sets. In layman’s terms, these are televisions that vastly increase the number of pixels, and therefore the resolution, on TVs. Having seen them up close at the 2012 CES, I can verify that the picture image is stupendous, and...
 
by Parks Associates | Jan. 28, 2013
Tags: 3D, 4K, CES, smart tv, ultra HD
Samsung this week showed off a prototype TV set that uses a printed 19-inch AMOLED panel. The screen's resolution is 960x540, and it has a resolution of 58ppi, while brightness is set at 200cd/m2. Samsung didn't give an estimated production date, saying only that the technology is still being developed. The TV on display was capable of showing 16.77 million colors with an eight-bit color scale and covered 62 percent of the color gamut. The printed AMOLED technology is making...
 
by Parks Associates | Nov. 17, 2010
Tags: smart TV, Ultra HD
Verizon introduced YouTube and streaming music access to FiOS TV customers yesterday. They have screen shots and video available for a closer look. Verizon's Internet Radio and Internet Videos services are both accessible via Media Manager, which already allows subscribers to search and view on their TVs user-generated content from online video-sharing sites blip.tv, Dailymotion and Veoh. In addition, Verizon has expanded the Media Manager service, making it available to all FiOS TV...
 
by | Apr. 28, 2010
Tags: smart TV, streaming, Ultra HD
Technicolor today announced that its mp3HD format, introduced in 2009, is featured in the Samsung “IceTouch,” the company’s first mp3HD portable player, which was recently unveiled at CES 2010 . The mp3HD format offers lossless audio compression as well as compatibility with the widely-used mp3 standard. mp3HD enables content creators, the music industry and consumers to benefit from the ultimate audio quality experience with the same ease of use as the mp3 format. For...
 
by Parks Associates | Mar. 5, 2010
Tags: CES, digital music, Ultra HD

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