Delta attends ISLE, releases "8K" as annual technology keyword
Delta participated in the 2020 ISLE and was invited to the “Win-win Cooperation, Advanced-Professional—Informationized Audiovisual Industry Summit Forum” as a corporate representative to release one of the top ten annual technology keywords, “8K.” With its technological maturity and market knowledge, Delta will join forces with the film and television industry to foster the industry growth for ultra-high-definition 8K technology.
Mr. Li Zhu, the Director of Video Conferencing System Business Group of Delta Greentech, stated that Delta’s 8K laser projector, with up to 33.17 million pixels, made a breakthrough in rendering real images. The stunningly detailed image quality appears to be hyperrealistic to the human eye, providing a hypnotic, immersive experience. This technology is capable of revolutionizing public performances, broadcasting, planetarium, simulation, visualization, and other applications in various fields in the future. With the broadening of channels and the increase in transmission speed, the 8K industry enjoys a bright prospect in the 5G era.
Delta’s 8K projection technology has been widely utilized in numerous important events globally, such as Integrated System Europe 2018, NHK’s broadcasting of the Winter Olympics, and the 2019 premiere of the 8K environmental documentary Water with Life in Taiwan at the National Museum of Natural Science in Taiwan and its special screening at the Akihabara Theater in Japan. Funded by Delta and produced by NHK Enterprises in Japan, the 8K ultra-high-definition environmental documentary Water with Life in Taiwan has won a Gold Remi Award in the Shorts Documentary category at the 53rd WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival.
Mr. Li Zhu, the Director of Video Conferencing System Business Group of Delta Greentech, announced "8K" as one of the annual technology keywords