4k technology is one big thing that is going round the entertainment industry today. 4k is used to define a resolution count that is four times larger than the conventional HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels being used today. As at now, the most common 4K resolution is made of 3,840 x 2160 pixels but subject to variation including resolutions of 4,096 x 2160 or 3996 x 2160 pixels.
The bottom line with regard to 4K is that they have at least 4 times total pixel count of the normal 1080 pixel HD resolution.
Just as the name implies, 4K projectors are entertainment digital cinema systems with the ability to project either video or photo content onto any upside down or vertical blank spaces in your office or home.
The major difference between the conventional home theatre projectors and 4K projectors is that the later offer by far sharper 3840 x 2160 pixel resolution and include a full host beefed up visual rendering features that are absent in the cheaper HD projectors.
In real essence, 4K projectors give you the ability to take a regular HD TV or any 4K content and project them on the walls of your house at many flexible projection sizes. The projection can range from 55” in diagonal to 300 inches home theater sized image giving you the exact feeling of a mini home theatre. Its the electronics version of people hacking.
Advanced technologies enable the projectors to create a broader than average range of colors that fills the video content with a maximum of shade, tone and texture. They are also able to maximize white and black levels resulting to bright images with high contrast.
The projector works well with a laptop where you can use the computer to store the content. This makes the whole set up pretty mobile. They also come with full connectivity for internet, satellite, and broadband and cable transmission. They can also be connected to devices that play DVD or other recording media.
Another great feature of the 4K project is its ability to dramatically enhance the viewing of conventional HD content made possible by its internal up scaling engine.
The projectors are compatible with many video formats including SECAM, NTSC, PAL, EDTV (480P) and SDTV (480i) among many others. Currently most 4K projectors support HDMI connection enabling content viewing at 60 frames per second. Some have built in USB ports that enable easy firmware update
4k projects are without doubts the best home entertainment projectors. Starting from their ability to project in many different sizes to its ability to display high quality image, the projector is for sure the best.
Benefits of a 4K projector
- Excellent projection size
- Incredible projection positioning flexibility
- Excellent rendering of regular HD content
- Fully motorized lens feature