This article originally appeared in The Daily Dot
By Rae Votta
Just when you were getting used to the clarity of 4K videos on YouTube, content is getting twice as sharp with 8K resolution clips appearing on the platform.
According to tech blog 9to5Google, YouTube began supporting 8K (4320p) resolution videos in 2010, but they’ve only just started to appear as commercial cameras start to support the high resolution. The first to catch mainstream attention is “Ghost Towns,” a short film released by Neumannfilms.