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Networking: Ultra High Definition Technology

Networking: Ultra High Definition Technology | Ultra High Definition Television (UHDTV) | Scoop.it


I should have known that televisions and PC monitors would only get bigger with higher resolution as time passed.


After seeing ads for the new ultra high definition (UHD) technology, I wanted to know more about how it might affect healthcare.


I think that the eventual payoff will be better screens to see diagnostic imaging details and large UHD screens for central patient monitoring stations in care units.


This installment of Networking takes a look at a few of the technical details behind UHD and offers a few tips for the end user.


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Janet helps medical research take a step forward

Janet helps medical research take a step forward | Ultra High Definition Television (UHDTV) | Scoop.it

Researchers at UK universities will carry out 3D demonstrations on a ‘virtual patient', showing how groundbreaking ultra high definition (UHD) technology is making a real difference to medical training and diagnosis.

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8K Ultra High Definition Endoscope Offers Unprecedented Video from Inside Body

8K Ultra High Definition Endoscope Offers Unprecedented Video from Inside Body | Ultra High Definition Television (UHDTV) | Scoop.it


High definition video endoscopes with a resolution in the range of 1080p are still relatively new to the market.


They allow for significantly improved visualization of the body’s interior, helping doctors to perform a variety of procedures with confidence and precision.


Beyond 1080p HD video is the 4k standard that’s already showing up on electronic store shelves, but soon we should see 8K video coming out, which has the resolution equivalent to 16 1080p screens


In Japan there’s already an endoscope capable of transmitting 8K video for a truly unprecendented look inside the body.


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