Though it may seem that 4K TVs are relatively new, there's another even higher resolution picture coming very soon: 8K TV. Are you going to need to upgrade? We've got the answers to that question and more.
Samsung has taken the wraps off its new 85-inch 8K QLED TV, an ultra-premium display featuring the company's most advanced TV technology available to date. The best news? If you've got the cash, you can actually buy one of these monsters…
The Pimax team updated its Kickstarter post, reporting that preproduction models of its 8K VR headset will ship this month to 10 participants in the closed beta. If approved, the headset will go into production and ship to backers in June.
Developed by a software company, the Pilot Era can handle 8K 25 fps 360-degree stitches internally, without a computer. Stepping down to 4K brings the frame rate up to 60 fps and allows for live-streaming to Facebook and YouTube.
Experience Colorado's Rocky Mountain National Park in all its glory with this beautiful video, which was shot at 8K resolution, giving viewers a stunning look at the alpine landscapes that are found there.
The Red Monstro 8K VV brings expanded dynamic range to 8K, 60 fps video with its latest cinema camera offering. Retailing for nearly $80,000, most will see the effects of the camera in theaters, rather than actual camera.
Pimax, the pioneering ultra high-resolution VR hardware developer, has brought its first two commercial designs to Kickstarter for the first time. The 5K and 8K headsets offer the highest resolution of any commercial VR kit.
The camera system that launched the modern mirrorless camera is now out of production -- so what's next for the Micro Four Thirds system? A recent interview with Olympus researchers suggests 8K video and more dual stabilization is on the…
At this year's South by Southwest, two Japanese companies are letting people tour Tokyo in virtual reality without a headset in a motion VR ride that rocks and shoots air as the video plays in 8K quality.
You'll soon see the world differently -- and it'll be because of your phone screen. According to Qualcomm, not only are the smartphones of the future going to be running on 5G networks, but they'll also feature 6K and 8K displays
High-end broadcast cameras could soon see 8K capability with a global shutter to eliminate motion distortion. The new sensor from Cmosis will cost manufacturers nearly $4,000 to include it inside their cameras, however.