It's no secret that the Japanese are into their high definition televisions--they've been able to watch HD for years now. They even had an analog transmission for HD in the late '80s, beating the rest of the world by some considerable margin. It's no surprise then that they quickly got bored of HD and came up with something called Super Hi-Vision, which is even better.
Super Hi-Vision pictures are made up of 33 million pixels, transmitted 60 times per second with a frame size of a staggering 7,680 x 4,320 pixels. Super Hi-Vision has … Read more