As TV Resolution Increases, Your Eyes May Be the Limit

With 3D fading into oblivion, the big news in televisions these days is ultra-high definition, TV makers’ quest to quadruple the resolution of the average high-def flat panel found in most U.S. homes. Called 4K resolution, it can be stunning, with deeper colors and a picture that many people often equate to “real life.” The new higher-resolution is expected to expand slowly in 2014. Netflix plans to stream some content at 4K resolution this year, and Amazon announced it will shoot all of its original series in 4K ultra-HD starting this year.

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