We’ve already expressed our views on 3-D display technology. While it’s certainly done well for the movie industry, the technology just isn’t advanced enough to make it into most people’s living rooms.
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But what if we could enhance 2-D displays to a level where they resemble a three-dimensional environment?
That’s exactly what the BBC might help create for us in the future.
The BBC – along with Olympic Broadcast Services and Japanese public broadcaster, NHK – is testing a new ultra high-definition television format during the Olympic games.
It’s called Super Hi Vision, and it boasts 16 times the resolution of today’s high-definition TVs and offers 22.2 multi-channel surround sound.
According to Reuters’ Matt Cowan, “While Super Hi Vision is 2-D rather than 3-D, it presents images in such clarity and sound in such an immersive manner that it’s almost like being there… This is a vision of the future that is still some way off, but the BBC and NHK say they’re encouraged with the public response… and will be pursuing the technology further.”