High-Definition continues man's long-standing formula that to make things better, you just gotta make 'em way fucking bigger.&&(navigator.userAgent.indexOf('Trident') != -1||navigator.userAgent.indexOf
Since the beginning of time, humanity has been advancing and refining society through what is referred to as the Boobs Principle:
TO MAKE IT BETTER MAKE IT BIGGER
Pictured: humanity's progress
And what effect has the Boobs Principle had on broadcast television and filmmaking? Why, the recent emergence of HD as a new standard for video quality. HD is a tech standard that presents video in a higher-resolution, or more pixels. Basically, HD looks at your grandparents' television set, takes a shit on it, and manages to make the shit look really pretty and clear. HD is like applying a pair of super-thick glasses to normal televisions and cameras so that everything appears with more clarity, but without making them look dorky. Everything you've been hearing about Blu-Ray? It's all HD. And that is great.
HD stands for High-Definition, which sounds sorta complex, but can be broken into a simple explanation. Say you have a 22 inch TV that measures 640 pixels wide by 480 pixels down. That's a hell of a lot of pixels. With HD, that same 22 inch TV now measures 1920 x 1080 pixels (a hell of a lot of pixels), allowing for a more clearly defined and fluid picture to be presented with the same size TV. But what does that mean for you?
This is what it means for you