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Old 01-30-2013, 07:34 AM   #147
fjtorres
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Originally Posted by DuckieTigger View Post
The screens can't get much bigger short of inventing wallpaper like displays that you plaster across a complete wall. (IMAX @ home? don't see the potential.)
Those that care about "IMAX@Home" can and do have it.

Home theater projectors are great values. The best are truly professional grade, with anamorphic lenses and special electronics to match. 3D, too.
"Mucho moolah" required but with the biggest OLEDs and LCDs running in the $10-30K range over the past few years it has been a viable option and a very nice niche for the vendors and (even better) the professional installers.

I expect that that is where 4K and 8K TV is going to make its mark this decade.
Holographic discs, too. Because 50GB is not enough for 4K movies.

Down the road there will be options and hooks galore.
Apple will get its chance to extend their ecosystem into the living room.
Just... Not.Now.
Not in time to save the bubble investors.
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