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Mitsubishi makes 4K2K Ultra HD upscaling possible

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Old 02-19-2010, 09:00 AM   #1  
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Default Mitsubishi makes 4K2K Ultra HD upscaling possible

Mitsubishi demonstrated its new 4K2K Ultra HD upscaling technology for full HD content.



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According to Mitsubishi Electric, thanks to a new upscaling algorithm and software, they are now capable of upscaling your Full HD videos into a 4K2K one, Akihabara News reports.

This technology supports 1.4 HDMI, but it is not yet capable of upscaling Blu-Ray content.

This technology will equip future 4K2K Ultra HDTVs in order to help the transition between HD and this new resolution.
What the heck does that mean?
Isn't Blu ray 1080P HD?

I wonder how bad 480 looks on it?
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What the heck does that mean?
Isn't Blu ray 1080P HD?
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they are now capable of upscaling your Full HD videos
That leads me to believe they are talking about Full HD shot with a home Full HD camcorder.

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I wonder how bad 480 looks on it?
Probably really bad.

Why would you want to?
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Only because there is still so much programming in SD and DVD. It probably would look like crap.
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