Originally Posted by J y E 4Ever
Anyone else worried that 3D is not part of the UHD specs.
When I first learned of it I was obviously very sad. But I got over it now...that's life. I'll keep encouraging the movie studios who released 3D Blu-ray movies on HD 2K (1080p)...that's all I can really do...I have no other choice.
I also already mentioned in the past that the technology for UHD Blu-ray is simply not advanced enough today to support Ultra High Definition 3D Picture with Ultra High Resolution 3D Audio. 100GB (66 to 128GB) is simply not enough...we'll need one terabyte on a multi-rainbow layer Ultra Violet-ray disc.
...For true 8K eventually in the cards (already in Japan), and holographic 4D picture. ...Also, for 16 channels of true pure object rendition audio (3D surround sound with maximum effect and impact), more space is required and our receivers and pre/pros need to work in conjunction with our PCs for more processing power...a la Trinnov...which is the domain of only the well high healed class right now.
Let say that a 500GB UHD Blu-ray disc would be a good place to start in advancing progressively into the future with zest/verve, true audacious quantum leap.
100GB (66-128) to me is only a very small increment...which tells me that we are behind in technological advancement.
That, is only my own personal opinion @ this point in time. Tomorrow...who knows who will still be here...only our children will have the chance that we don't have today...that's life...that's the best we can do today.
4D picture is starting, holographic moving pictures is making steps @ live shows (animated), and we only are @ the very beginning of 3D immersive surround sound with them new elevated channel speakers.
All that new stuff requires more "bytes" and more computational processing power @ ultra high speed. ...They just can't make those chips fast and powerful enough for our drawing platforms.
Hope that my reply don't make you feel so lonely anymore. And Mad Max: Fury Road
is coming up on Blu, in 3D, and with Dolby Atmos in three weeks.