the sharp 8k lcd was a true 8k display.
the jvc pr. have 4k chips inside and do some tricks (very likely the same as the do with there new 2k consumer lcos pr.) and vibrate a prisma to get the 8k so far i understand it.
it sounds a bit that this pr. can not show the full true 8k signal the camera record same as there new 2k locos consumer pr. that not can show native 4k content.
with true 4k souce material perfect displayed i am fine.
the advantages 8k will have is to sit even more close to the picture.
as i sit with 4k 3d stills already 0,8 times the screen wide in distance(thats already very close)
and i can see at this place that the details at this distance are still outstandig
you must go even more close to the screen may in the lower than 0,6 times the screen wide to benifit from 8k.
but there most people feel that they are sitting "too" close.
may for stills its a option but for movies the studios produce today
with "cut" "cut" "cut" no way.
may in the next few years will hopefully see a revival of the way the shot moves 50 years ago where they the gives us viewer some time to adjust
to the new sequence.
there is no need to go back to 2001 with extrem long seq. but a good mix will
the "cut" "cut" "cut" annoys even younger people more often more and more.
i dont know if i will see in my live 8k in 3d as i am not sure how long it will take and how
long i live but as we see only the beginning of 4k with the very first
equipments it will take some years to bring this to the people.
the next years will be the 4k years till in may 10 years 8k will come.
but no question if some day true 8k in 3d will be there and i can have a system from record to process to display that i can run and afford i will take it