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- Apr 2005
How would you like Wireless HDTV on your Sony PS3?
Reports indicate that Sony, Samsung, Hitachi, Motrola and more specialists have teamed up to form a joint industry development body to bring out a Wireless Home Digital Interface.
What this will allow is secure encrypted HD video delivery through multiple rooms and then some with less than one millisecond latency.
One member commented "If you have a TV in the home, that TV will be able to access any source in the home, whether it's a set-top box in the living room, or the PlayStation in the bedroom, or a DVD player in another bedroom."
To quote: What the flip is WHDI? Well, according to the Israel-based Amimon company on whose technology the standard is to be based, "A key ingredient of WHDI technology is a revolutionary video-modem that operates in the 5GHz unlicensed band to enable robust wireless delivery of uncompressed HD video (including 1080p).
"WHDI allows secure, encrypted HD video delivery through multiple rooms and other potential signal obstructions, such as people and furniture, while maintaining superb quality and robustness with less than one-millisecond latency."
Sitting on the board of Amimon is Dr. David Lee, the founder of the HDMI standard, so this looks like more than hot air.
According to information provided by the nascent group, "The objective of this special interest group is to enhance the current WHDI technology to enable wireless streaming of uncompressed HD video and audio between consumer electronics (CE) devices such as LCD and plasma HDTVs, multimedia projectors, A/V receivers, DVD and BD players, set-top boxes (STBs), game consoles, and PCs.
The new interoperable standard aims to ensure that CE devices manufactured by different vendors will simply and directly connect to one another."
Of course, with the all-new, Sir Howard Stringer inspired joined-up Sony Corp, the PlayStation 3 is front and centre. According to Noam Geri, co-founder of Amimon, "If you have a TV in the home, that TV will be able to access any source in the home, whether it's a set-top box in the living room, or the PlayStation in the bedroom, or a DVD player in another bedroom."
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07-24-2008 #2asandhu Guest
yea but wouldnt u have to sit in the room the ps3 is in for the controller to work??
if not, then its pretty sweet!
07-24-2008 #3DarkArchon Guest
07-24-2008 #4Nightfox Guest
I really wonder how they're going to achieve that w/o loss/interference in signal, let alone in HD. :|
07-30-2008 #5slowquicksilver Guest
That would be awesome, I would be able to play the PS3 in any room with out moving the ps3 around would be great. It would be good for LAN parties too.
08-04-2008 #6codo27 Guest
I cant believe its taken this long to get some interest in this, though no doubt a difficult technology to master. It will be interesting to see how good quality can be acheieved wirelessly, if its any good at all then it will earn my money, I'd love nothing more than to see an end to cords around my TV/home entertainment.
08-09-2008 #7Becky Guest
That is a great idea. A HDMI Cable are expensive enough. With this method you spend a little bit more money only one time and I think you could save a lot of money for a long time
08-10-2008 #8Grey Goshawk Guest
It sounds good on paper but I think the results will be far less than what they're promising. The wireless receivers i've seen all suffer from lag
08-10-2008 #9wakababy Guest
^ same with all the recievers ive seen as well. Althought it does sound nice, I don't see it taking off very quickly..
08-30-2008 #10Wido91 Guest
I think this is great if it is possible. But i already have a nice hdtv so i don't really need it But the idea is great.