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How do you see screen/color reproduction technology to evolve?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

The entire idea for this topic came after a interesting talk I had with a friend of mine about how screens/what ever else we would use instead of screens. And I would like to ask that you have a little patience with me here because this is admittedly not an area where I have a lot of knowledge......

 

 

She has been a very talented painter for as long as I've known her, which means that she always had a very different relationship with colors and how she views and understands them...

 

There is a lot of discussions about panel types, resolutions etc etc etc.  But color reproduction on a screen will never be able to be exactly like the human eye would expirience it live. Things like depth, or the small details of a color mixing is something that seems very very difficult to recreate. If you look at a picture of a painting and then see it in real life, and you will really see what I mean.

 

 

So how will this technology evolve?


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Simply this; chip inside skull interfacing directly with brain/stem.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Simply this; chip inside skull interfacing directly with brain/stem.

 

I was thinking more ala this International_Laser_Shows-3D%20Laser%20L

 

This is 3d fog(Have no idea how it works)...But some sort of nano product that would create a more deep picture.

 

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I was thinking more ala this

 

This is 3d fog(Have no idea how it works)...But some sort of nano product that would create a more deep picture.

 

 

Yeah stuff such as that's an improvement for sure. But for me it's still at far to a primitive level to really spike my interest.


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Yeah stuff such as that's an improvement for sure. But for me it's still at far to a primitive level to really spike my interest.

 

I agree. We are very far away from this but I think we will see it improve alot. . Which is why I was interested in peoples brainstorming.

I think projectors will get more popular in the semi shortterm again. 4k and 8k will require very large screens and they are just too expensive to produce even when prices come down. Im talking longer term than that


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Simply this; chip inside skull interfacing directly with brain/stem.

Or a non-invasive solution that directly sends data to your brain via harmless radiation

Like this!

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Or a non-invasive solution that directly sends data to your brain via harmless radiation

Like this!

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*Sorry for off-topic* If you have completed this anime series you will know that this is nowhere close to harmless lol.


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*Sorry for off-topic* If you have completed this anime series you will know that this is nowhere close to harmless lol.

I have :P I was using the phrase "harmless radiation" sarcastically


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