4K UHD resolution delivers sharper, life-like images and richer colours - allowing you to sit closer to the screen and enjoy a more immersive experience. Optoma projectors use DLP® technology, pioneered by Texas Instruments* and provide Consumer Technology Association (CTA)® approved True 4K UHD resolution, capable of projecting 8.3 million active pixels on-screen. That’s four times more detail than Full HD 1080p and more than two times the detail of 4K Pro UHD technology, which delivers just 4.1 million pixels.
The Consumer Technology Association (CTA) created the 4K Ultra High Definition (4K UHD) specification. A display system may be referred to as 4K UHD if it meets the minimum performance attributes – this includes a display resolution of at least 8 million active pixels (at least 3840 horizontally x 2160 vertically).
Native 4K has a fixed pixel structure of 4096 horizontal x 2160 vertical. Optoma 4K UHD DLP® projectors use less pixels and pixel pulsing technology (pixel shifting) to deliver 8.3 million on-screen pixels for accurate, razor sharp, superior quality images.
According to the CTA the answer is yes.
Note: Pixel shifting is far superior when compared to “e-shift”, “4K enhanced” and “4K Pro UHD”.
An advanced single-chip DMD DLP® design capable of generating 8.3 million on-screen pixels for impeccable precision and detail at four times the resolution of Full HD 1080p.
Please note: the video illustrations do not reflect the real-life speed – they have been slowed to demonstrate the different technologies more clearly.
Optoma’s True 4K UHD projectors deliver clear and crisp true-to-life images by leveraging its DLP® 4K UHD chip and XPR technology.
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