Although 8K color TV has just emerged in the consumer market, the more extreme 16K has been unhurriedly debut.
At the NAB 2019 show held in Las Vegas recently, Sony showed its 16K display device, which is currently being installed at the Shiseido Research Center in Yokohama, Japan.
The display is 17 feet (5.18 meters) high, 63 feet (19.2 meters) wide, 780 inches diagonal, with a maximum brightness of 1000 nits and a refresh rate of 120FPS.
According to Sony, the display is based on Crystal LED technology (the commercial name of Sony Micro LED), which is essentially seamlessly spliced, not a huge panel under complete cutting.
According to the number of pixels, 16K is 16 times that of 4K and 64 times that of 1080P. In order to fill up, Sony also made special videos for playing for Shiseido.
According to the data, in 2014, Sony also delivered a 16K display screen for Tokyo Haneda Airport, but at that time, because it was not Crystal LED technology, the Sony stitching gap was particularly noticeable.