Visitors to Broadcast Live and Video Forum can be witness to the first ever UK showing of native 4k on an LCD monitor.

The demo is being put on by technology developer and reseller Root6.

Using DVS's new Cine4K, the world's first player of uncompressed 4K material that supports frame rates up to 60p, and a prototype 4K monitor enables film DPX file sequences - such as those created by the Red camera and other 4K digital film cameras - to be previewed with no loss of quality.

Providing full 4096 x 2160 RGB 10 bit at 24 Hz specification, the technology exactly matches the requirements of the Digital Cinema Initiative (DCI) which considers 2K resolution to be an interim format.

John Harris of Root6 said: “High-resolution imaging in the digital film and presentation markets is an area where we are seeing significant growth.”

Root6 is exhibiting on stand J50.