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4K on my Marquee Ultra + blend resolutions

Message » 15 Juin 2013 23:17

Hey ladies,

and sorry for posting in engish. I found some time to shoot some resolutions (up to 4k) into my Ultra. It´s consumer 4k at 3840x2160 run in an 2,4:1 (22:9) aspect ratio resulting in an 3840 * 1600 resolution. I use a Marquee 9500 Ultra with high resolution tubes (PT22) and HD10R5M curve screen lenses. The lenses are made for curve screens and based on the plain HD10 lenses. More tests need to be done with HFQs, HD10GT17´s an HD10f´s. The test pattern shows one pixel as one line, so the better you see each single line the better the resolution is resolved. As 4k with one single projector was... well look for youself in the video, I also added blend resolutions. They got mastered by the Ultra!

Have fun:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?vv=iZdzBNPfq8E


Regards


Marc



Ps.: In fact even the desktop looked ok/good in 4k! Youtube degrades the video to much with compression, so you can add mentally lot of sharpness.
I will continue my tests with premium 4k content. I will also try do interlace 4k. So far I am maxed out in interlaced at 2560x1080i Vista/Win7/Win8.
And I think with so some digital sharpening in the post processing (based on the 4k pixel count!) in our home cinemas, we can get a good looking 4k out of some tubes! Stay tuned for the next video.
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Message » 19 Juin 2013 23:19

Now also 4k interlaced. How to and video material will come soon, but now the first imperssions. 4ki looks great on a single high end CRT projector:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?vv=lV1jSIAvWIM
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Message » 21 Juin 2013 0:04

Now, my new test sereis. I had no time to cut all parts together, but so I can skip very fast through my projectors. The first videos will show my very good Sony 1272 running with 1920x800i48 vertivcal and horizontal, then 2560x1080i48. Let me say, in 2560 the desktop looked fine/ok, but it made no sense to increses resolution:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?vv=AenkUYm ... Ui&index=5

http://www.youtube.com/watch?vv=gPmqgIe ... Ui&index=6

http://www.youtube.com/watch?vv=FRJEe7z ... Ui&index=7

http://www.youtube.com/watch?vv=8FZS6IL ... Ui&index=8





Ok gentleman, I hope you like quize games. What projector do I use in this videos. He is "King of Resolution" so far, and shows content/scan lines 3840x1600i48!!! Close to distracting, but nothing horizontal and Win Desktop looks ugly...


http://www.youtube.com/watch?vv=583Ydnt ... i&index=10

http://www.youtube.com/watch?vv=FCvOX-k ... Ui&index=9

http://www.youtube.com/watch?vv=UtBh5SL ... i&index=12

http://www.youtube.com/watch?vv=SM7v4nA ... i&index=11

http://www.youtube.com/watch?vv=tBPj2Vz ... i&index=14

http://www.youtube.com/watch?vv=SLdcPOt ... i&index=13

http://www.youtube.com/watch?vv=b2ow8yb ... i&index=15

http://www.youtube.com/watch?vv=0YhheqN ... i&index=16



Just some final words (only for now):
Yes, the 8500 Ultra will be next.
A 1080p win desktop feels like VGA/480p now, after having tried higher resolutions. There is no stepping back, not wih PC usage. There is so much content now in one window....
I am sure many medium grade stes will not fully resolve 2560 or 3200 horizontally, but they will be fun to use with an PC. The future is now - as even a good ES set might blow a 720p digital if a user can live with a softer 2560x1080i or 2560x1440i. It is a differnt experiance!



Regards



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