Sharp and the Japan Broadcasting Corporation (NHK) have unveiled an HDTV that represents the next generation of high-definition which is a lot more sharper with the traditional HDTVs today. The TV has a resolution 16 times higher than a conventional HDTV, with a 33-megapixel screen made up of 7,680 x 4,320 pixels. Compared with 1,920 x 1,080 pixels of the HDTV it is a definite giant leap forward in the arena of HDTVs leading to an ultra high-definition Hi-Vision display never experienced before.
NHK had already been working on broadcasting Super-Vision video since 1995. And now jointly Sharp and NHK have managed t produce an 85- inch prototype screen capable of displaying unimaginably high definition vision. So the viewers are in for a real treat in future.
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