JDI Develops first standard monitor size 17.3-inch 8K4K LCD module

Japan Display logoJapan Display has announced the development of the first 17.3-inch high resolution (7,680 x RGB x 4,320 pixels), fast response (120Hz) liquid crystal display module, the same size as the standard monitor commonly used for the video image production.

The LCD module, based on low temperature poly-silicon (LTPS) technology with true 8K pixels (RGB stripe arrangement), displays high definition images at 510ppi, and its 120Hz frame rate enables smooth playback of video.

JDI Develops first standard monitor size 17.3-inch 8K4K LCD module

This next-generation 8K technology suits not only products for video image production, but also medical monitors as well as gaming PC monitors.

The display module will be exhibited in the NHK/JEITA booth on October 7 - 10, 2015 during CEATEC JAPAN 2015 held at Makuhari Messe, Japan, in collaboration with NHK.

Prototype Specification

  • Display Mode: LTPS TFT, transmissive IPS mode
  • Screen size (diagonal): 17.3-inch (43.9cm)
  • Resolution format: 7,680(W) x RGB x 4,320(H)
  • Pixel density: 510ppi
  • Luminance: 500cd/m2
  • Contrast ratio: 2000:1
  • Viewing angle: >176 degree CR>100:1)
  • Frame rate: 120Hz

Besides JDI, Japanese NHK will showcase many 8K displays at JAPAN 2015 IT and electronics fair in Makuhari Messe from Wednesday, 7th to Saturday 10th October.

The 85 inch 8K liquid crystal display with HDR (High Dynamic Range) images. which had deen also showcased in September at IBC 2015, will now be exhibited for the first time in Japan.

NHK will also start testing broadcasts of 8K (Super Hi-Vision) next year. 8K programs transmitted from the NHK Broadcasting Center in Shibuya, To kyo , will be relayed via broadcasting satellite to the CEATEC venue for visitors to enjoy the true 8K broadcasting experience.

In addition, 8K displays of various other sizes ranging from 9.6 to 55 inches will also be shown and visitors will be able to view the images on a tablet-sized display.

Source: CDRinfo

Tags: 8K, technologies, Television

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