What will be the television in the 2025?

Screens with extraordinary definition, virtual transmission systems and interactive content so segmented that they will almost be tailored to each person, are the perspectives that are already underway and that in the 2025 will be daily for the viewers of that moment.

By TecnoTelevisión & Radio

Since its first broadcasts in 1927, television has evolved, from being an elitist medium to a massive one, of working on black and white images to transmit in colors, of being analogous to digital and of showing high quality images to reach the hyperreality

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This industry, which by the end of 2017 plans to generate sales of televisions worldwide by the order of 100.000 million of US dollars and that today reaches 1.500 millions of homes across the planet, faces frantic changes due to technological advances that almost they do not allow you to finish taking one step in your progress, when another one is already taken.

Experts who will be the center of attention in the academic meeting of Tecno Televisión & Radio, one of the most important fairs of this industry in the world, which will be held in Bogotá from 14 to 17 in November, make an analysis of the 5 trends that surely they will help us to draw how this asset of modern humanity will be in only 8 years.

1- The 4K
Although they already live in many homes around the world, screens equipped with the 4K system, which start to lag behind Full HD and are equipped with a greater number of pixels (3,840 x 2,160, versus 1,920 x 1,080), have not finished to be optimized because not all content producers have managed to acquire the technology to capture, edit and broadcast in 4K. According to Alejandro Pasika, CEO of GAD Electronics, an American company that develops technology for television, "now, most of these producers are faced with the dilemma of taking this leap, taking into account that the 8K is approaching fast, which You can completely change your technical and financial projections in the short and medium term.

2- The 8K
To increase the speed of the technological cart of the television, several commercial brands that had talked about experimental models, already announce the launch of their 8K screens, which are expected to be in the market at the beginning of 2018. These, which like those of 4K will grow in size with average measures of 70 inches, work with a resolution of 7.680 x 4.320 pixels, that is, 16 times more pixels than a Full HD TV. These 8K TVs also push the development of sound with systems that will have to be accommodated to change the viewing experience.

By its abbreviations in English of High Dynamic Range, or "high dynamic range", this is a technology in full development that also will define the future of the quality of the television. This has the objective of processing the images to cover the widest range of exposure levels in all areas of the screen to create greater realism, reproducing more accurate colors. The HDR offers a greater contrast between dark and bright colors, and in general it has more colors than conventional televisions, which virtually allows to show what the camera actually sees when recording or, almost, what the human eye would see.

The HDR allows a great realism and in the case of images related to nature, provides an appreciation of greener trees, bluer skies and more defined-looking clouds because there are more colors available and a greater color contrast.

The High Frame Rate is a technology that will forever change the way you appreciate moving images such as action scenes or sporting events on television. It is a technology that increases the number of frames in a video image and passes from the traditional 24, 25 or 30 frames per second to some 100, or even 120. According to the expert of GAD Electronics, who will be a lecturer at the Tecno Televisión & Radio fair, the result will be an improvement in the capture and reproduction of fast or abrupt movements, such as typical sports shots, providing a more real and uniform vision instead. of the spasmodic movement or motion blur that is given by the speed of the object or the movement of the camera.

The process used today by demand television platforms to "transport" their contents is just a small sample of the great potential of this technology whose future aims to eliminate the use of cables to carry audio signals from one end to the other. of video in channels, studios and production companies. In the case of live broadcasts, the great challenge is that of external wireless transmission, by "air", from the production centers from the moment the image is captured to its destination at the users' home. When this is achieved, the "cheapening of the general costs" of a production will allow the creation of different contents and with them, true changes of culture for those who are sitting in front of a television set at that moment.

The road is drawn and, of course, the new trends are palpable. In terms of consumption, in Latin America, at least 1 of each 10 people between 20 and 30 years, have canceled the subscription to their cable services to invest their resources adopting services on demand. For their part, consumers under 20 years are also canceling their contracts and 10% of these populations have never hired a cable company.

Likewise, experts say that technologies will lead us to new consumption habits that in fact are already an abyss if we compare our parents watching television on the sofa in the house and young people today who do not conceive life without managing their I crave all kinds of content from their mobile devices.

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