What is the future of television?

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asked Sep 23, 2011 by josephLtech (1,696 points)
So we know of these cool types of screens that have been around for a while. Each carrying their own benefits(such as the color accuracy of a CRT, or the smaller size of LCD, or even the high contrast of LED screens. But what do you think is the next big thing, Since we have used most types of lights as a backlight, and we use most tech available(2D, 3D, Internet capable , etc)

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answered Sep 23, 2011 by sillymansam (366 points)
Intel claims it will revolutionize HD with it's Ivy bridge chipset. Says to go "beyond" HD which basically means it supports large resolutions such as multiple monitors and probably see more wireless HDCP devices.

TV, being the physical device, will mostly be optimized for home networking for streaming and VoIP calling to your couch. A few people have left cable and satellite services behind and primarily streaming with netflix, hulu, and whatnot. Streaming is getting more popular.

3D we can do nothing about it. There is no reason for TV makers to not make a 3d capable TV. 3D is actually improving with the glasses-less viewing. To be optimistic, think of it as if we are one step closer to holographic displays with touch interface.
commented Sep 23, 2011 by josephLtech (1,696 points)
The holographic touch display, that would be awesome!
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