A blu-ray watched on an HD LCD screen looks beautiful, but better technologies may be coming. OLED should outperform even LED LCD significantly. A 4K LCD is already available today. Upscaling to 4K is beginning to feature on BD players. Peter Jackson is filming The Hobbit at 48 frames per second instead of 24. Engineers have developed prototype discs that can store ten times the data of blu-ray.
So which of these new developments do we think would add most to our enjoyment of home theater? Which are we likely to get, and when are we likely to get them? Or does blu-ray meet the average guy's needs so completely that, like CD, it'll be the last mass-market medium of its kind?
Over to you!
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