For sure Steve
For sure Steve
Sign me up. I cannot discuss specifics publicly but I have some opportunities for 4K barnstorming and would love to try out the Red Ray.
Right now we are speccing out a solution that runs on fast PC hardware using Cineform and a DVS PCIe card that pushes out 4K over HDMI 1.4a.
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We can't wait to see them in Action during the RED World Tour, our expectations are high, but some how I fill RED will not let us down on this one either... ;)
RED RAY - RED projectors... Canon mounts... unicorns... red motes, chicken teeth, quad battery charges... rocking horse shit....
What do they all have in common.... :)
For me, the biggest concern is the content.
Red Ray will be a fantastic solution to review r3d content and our own movies encoded in a Red format. But if it's just this, well... it will be a good tool for the Red community.
Needless to say the potential goes far beyond a few thousand of players for professionals... Red Ray should grow up here, but for its sake, its future doesn't belong to the red community. Same for the projector...
Rumor mill turns, Apple TV sets are rumored to be announced at CES. If Apple is the target, no wonder they waited so long, to get redray on arm gpu, or other circuit, in a TV. You may see Mac computer releases after March or April before TV releases though. The gpu in the ivy bridge processors should nature up the game, as well as trinity on AMDs side, though they have already started with the existing apu gpu side. The notion dx9 was alright when dx10 was out, and dx10 was acceptable when dx11 was out, is obscene in practical terms simply because of increased general purpose computing usability. Maybe one day they might realise they can ditch the x86 altogether for a simpler processor mixed with a gp-gpu array.
www.macrumors.com. Nobody would expect Apple to say that. I should have said talked about, maybe shown behind closed doors. Actual release is expected latter as indicated. There is often so many rumors flowing around, because there are so many alternative plans that may or may not get the go ahead. Like the two different sets of display sizes. How do we know they are not just for two different product ranges.
The TVs are a consumer electronic product of the sort normally associated with CES, and Apple has distanced itself from Mac world and I think referenced CES at that time, as well as events latter in the year. So, why would it be so hard to believe about a TV set.
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