Thursday, 21 June 2018

Why broadband might break the promise of UHD and Virtual Reality

By Jayne Garfitt, for Total Telecom
Friday 16 September 16

From falling through the sky to sitting on the sofa in front of a picture so clear it hurts your eyes, the next big things in video promise to be, well, big.    Ever since Mobile World Congress – which has a knack for pre-empting many of the year’s top trends – tech giants and start-ups alike have vied to outbid each other on who can produce the gadgets that make Virtual Reality and UHD accessible to all and adopted by the masses.    But there is something that these companies and those early trialists of the technology are failing to mention…

From falling through the sky to sitting on the sofa in front of a picture so clear it hurts your eyes, the next big things in video promise to be, well, big.    Ever since Mobile World Congress – which has a knack for pre-empting many of the year’s top trends – tech giants and start-ups alike have vied to outbid each other on who can produce the gadgets that make Virtual Reality and UHD accessible to all and adopted by the masses.    But there is something that these companies and those early trialists of the technology are failing to mention…

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