A talk on HDTV

 

I and my friends were talking about volunteering and seva at matar medical camp. We are having more than 20000 visitors in our single day free medical camp and on an average each patients need to wait for 60-90 minutes in the queue. So, we were thinking to use this 60-90 minute waiting period to educate people on health. It includes Individual health as well as general health awareness.

 

Few volunteer recommend to have stand alone visual display. But it’s static and it requires lot efforts to change the display contain and pictures. Someone suggest that we should go with TV with on playing videos on it. One volunteer suggests that we should go with Cheap HDTV. We all did not know anything about HDTV. We ask him to explain us what is it and how it works?

 

He told us that HDTV is High definition television which is a digital television broadcasting system with higher resolution than traditional television system. High definition television is the highest form of digital television. It has a 16:9 aspect ratio, which is the same as a movie theater screen. This is possibly HD’s biggest selling point. The other is the resolution. High definition is the best available picture on a television. Instead of using the conventional 576 lines to plot a TV picture, HDTV uses 720 or 1080 lines.

 

He added that, With HDTV, we could also play movies in their original widescreen format without the letterbox “black bars” that some people find annoying. Cheap HDTV is available in the market. Even we can buy Cheap HDTV online. High Definition Television offers the highest quality picture available in the world of home entertainment. In addition, the pixels in each of those lines are closer. This results in a hugely improved picture quality, clarity and color definition. It was nice to know about HDTV from him.

 

 

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