LG Electronics is set to debut an 84-inch "ultra definition" 4K television at next month's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
And yes, the new TV set will be a 3D TV as well. LG is calling the new 4K display "ultra definition" or "UD," to signal that this set can output a higher resolution image than current high-definition televisions.
So what is 4K exactly? It's the resolution that many believe will be the next step in high-definition standards for TVs and web video. Today's current HD TV sets are either 1080p or 720p - each number indicating the amount of horizontal pixel lines of resolution the HD sets can handle.
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As the name suggests, 4K resolution images have 4,000 horizontal lines of resolution. Many of today's top digital cameras used by filmmakers are shooting in 4K.
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