Insight Media Survey
1.
Augmented reality (data/info overlaid on the real world view) and virtual reality (immersive worlds) are hot topics led by excitement from Google and Facebook/Oculus.  In 5 years, will these topics continue to be of high interest? (check all that apply)
Yes, Virtual Reality will be finding wide spread use in CONSUMER applications
Yes, Virtual Reality will be finding wide spread use in PROFESSIONAL applications
Yes, Augmented Reality will be finding wide spread use in CONSUMER applications
Yes, Augmented Reality will be finding wide spread use in PROFESSIONAL applications
Other  
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2.

In the movie Minority Report, Tom Cruise walks through a shopping district and personal ads and offers pop up for him left and right.  In five years, will this technology be in use in many public venues?

Yes, something similar or many aspects like this
No, the technology or people will prevent it
Other  
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3.

3D is either dead or doing well depending on who you ask and where they are in the world.  Display technologies to support glasses-free 3D continue to develop and will be aided by more pixels (4K and beyond).  Within the next 5 years, will major TV makers try to introduce glasses-free TVs or will they wait for even more advanced technologies before offering glasses-free 3D TVs?

Yes, we will see two of the top five TV brands offer glasses-free TVs within the next 5 years
No, we will see NOT two of the top five TV brands offer glasses-free TVs within the next 5 years
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4.

Audio solutions are being introduced that will move from channel based solutions (stereo, 5-channel, 7-channel, etc.) to object-based solutions that allow individual sounds to be placed anywhere in a room - assuming you have the speakers systems to support it.  In 5 years, will object-based solutions be well accepted in the market?


Yes, object-based audio will be well accepted
No, object-based audio will have mostly faded
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5.
Projectors using a phosphor illuminated by Blue lasers are in the market now.  In five years, will this technology have largely displaced lamp-based projectors for the mainstream part of the market?
Yes
No
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6.
Laser Phosphor-based projectors currently can produce about 10,000 lumens of light output.  What will be the highest lumen output for this type of projector in 5 years?
10,000 lumens or lower
15,000 lumens
20,000 lumens
25,000 lumens
30,000 lumens
35,000 lumens or higher
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7.
LCD displays using a number of color expanding technologies (quantum dots, phosphor, additional primaries) is vying to compete with OLED as a viable option for achieving a wide color gamut display.  In 5 years, what will this battle look like?
OLED will dominate in mobile displays (laptop size and smaller)
LCD will dominate in small displays (laptop size and smaller)
OLED will dominate in larger displays
LCD will dominate in larger displays
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8.
Display specification are increasingly becoming a poor indicator of the performance seen by the viewer.  Sub-pixel rendering, dynamic contrast, high-dynamic range makes terms like resolution and contrast seem inadequate for describing the picture performance.  In 5 years, will the display industry develop new metrics and specifications that better describe the visual performance of the display or will we continue to use the same terms?
Yes, the industry will step up with new definitions
No, the industry will use essentially the same display spec terms
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9.
High or Extended Dynamic Range is a technology that is coming to market in consumer TVs this year. In 5 years, will this be a mainstream TV solution or will this fade away?
Yes, high dynamic range will be maintream
No, not high dynamic range will be more of a niche technology
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10.
Assuming HDR TVs caught on, what will be the highest peak brightest (in nits) for high dynamic range TV on the market in 5 years from mainstream providers? (there may be Energy Star impacts)
1,000 nits or lower
2,000 nits
3,000 nits
4,000 nits
5,000 nits or higher
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