Made in Japan, the world's first 8K resolution ultra-high-definition movie
I haven't seen 4K yet, and the legendary 8K is here. Recently, the Japan Broadcasting Association (NHK) announced that it has successfully completed the production of the world's first 8K resolution ultra-high-definition short film. This ultra-high-definition short film is called 'Beauties A La CarteIn addition, the film also uses 22.2 multi-channel audio playback (upper 9 channels, middle 10 channels, and lower 3 channels), which can bring unprecedented visual and auditory enjoyment to the audience. Japan has successfully produced the world's first 8K resolution ultra-high-definition movie According to previous reports, the Japanese government plans to officially launch 4K commercial broadcasting next year, and then start 8K trials two years later. In 2016, Japan’s largest TV station NHK will test higher-level 8K ultra-high-definition broadcasts. By then, the screen resolution will be quadrupled from 3840×2160 to 7680×4320, with more than 33 million pixels per frame. , Also known as 'Super Hi-Vision' (SHV), the technical complexity far exceeds 4K. It is reported that this 8K film will be shown as the opening film at the Cannes Film Festival in France in May, and interested friends can enjoy it then.