How well the picture quality could a 16K video be?
- DCM5150Lv 77 months agoFavourite answer
First you need a 16K source. Second, you need a 16K device. So assuming those are resolved, the next level is the size of the device. Several years ago, iPhone came out with the "retina" display which basically says that your eye can't resolve any better resolution. In that case you could not discern between that resolution, 4K or 16K. So really you would need a pretty large screen to notice a difference between 4K and 8K. But as we talk about 65", 80", 100"+ TVs the higher resolution of 16K could be noticeable.
- spacemissingLv 77 months ago
Much too good for you to see.
As it is, 8k is a GUARANTEED waste of money,
and as far as I'm concerned 4k is, too,
because I refuse to have a screen large enough (it takes 65" at the minimum) to make the difference visible.
- 7 months ago
For me that is reasonably clear, however, others may disagree! :)
- ANDRE LLv 77 months ago
Better if this were asked in the appropriate section, which would be TVs.