All of that screen real estate would be for nought if the TV's display quality wasn't up to scratch.
The Wall is really awesome, but it's also still just a concept, meaning that you won't be able to buy one anytime soon.
So there you have it, next-generation electro-QLED technology has finally arrived and so far its specs indicate something that could blow both current LCD TVs and the best that OLED offers out of the water, if only we can soon start seeing more normal-sized versions of this monster TV on the market. Though a commercial model has not been announced yet, the rollable OLED is being demoed now at CES 2018 in Las Vegas. The Wall also doesn't have any bezels and all the panels fit together seamlessly.
More impressive, though, is the fact that Samsung's set is modular. In other words, aside from its ridiculous size, The Wall is as close to the ideal new TV as we've seen so far from any brand. It's very similar to the technology used in scoreboards and jumbo screens but scaled for home use.
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These are "short-throw" projectors, meaning they are created to be set up on the floor a short distance away from where the image will be projected.
The modular technology behind The Wall allows the TV to be customised to individual viewing room needs.
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"Just like 4K in the past, 8K television are the technology of the future". But I was interested to see a couple of vendors, such as Stream TV and Changhong (working with technology from MirraViz), pushing glasses-free 3DTVs.
Touted as a TV with artificial intelligence, the Samsung Q9S packs in some serious processing power to run a sophisticated AI engine that converts any format - be it 4K, FullHD, or SD - into 8K resolution through the magic of upscaling. It's probably still a niche technology, but it is interesting. What we saw was a TV that did something that would make even the cynical AV enthusiast's heart flutter: it very successfully converted low-resolution content into 8K UHD using the world's most advanced upscaler.
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