The 8K Ultra HD logo program is an extension of the 4K Ultra HD logo CTA announced in 2014. And, as with CTA’s introduction of the 4K Ultra HD definition, the association again convened major companies from the video sector to draft, discuss and approve the official designation for the new generation of Ultra HD products and services called 8K — with four times the detail of 4K UHD and 16 times sharper picture than HDTV.
“CTA is home to video industry players across the ecosystem — from manufacturers to the content and entertainment sector — and we’re proud to convene such a diverse group of innovative companies to work together,” said Gary Shapiro, president and CEO, CTA. “This 8K Ultra HD definition is the product of our Video Division Board’s dedication and hard work. As a result, retailers and consumers will know products that carry the accompanying logo deliver 8K UHD quality and performance.”
We’re proud to convene such a diverse group of innovative companies to work together.Gary Shapiro, president and CEO, CTA
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