Advances in visual display technologies are moving forward at a rapid pace across all aspects of society with mobile devices, tablets, computers, and traditional entertainment devices. High-tech companies are continually bringing new and innovative technology to these mainstream devices that improve the visual experience for our everyday lives.
Just as our computer screens have gone from standard to widescreen displays and then from regular quality to high definition, other aspects of our digital lives have mirrored these advances towards high resolution visual representation. Television sets have even moved beyond what we have on our computers into the infant stages of rudimentary three-dimensional expression of visual content.
In today’s digital world, no matter the size of your device, screen displays are moving towards ultra high resolutions that are unparalleled to any other visual experience that has met our eyes before. The new digital generation before us wants and expects the best that technology has to offer. Companies such as Apple are pushing the boundaries of visual display technology with their high resolution “retina” displays across multiple platforms.
With social media companies such as Pinterest and Instagram pushing the envelope of online photo presentation, visual images are arguably becoming our primary means of information delivery and have profoundly affected how we communicate and interact with information on a daily basis.
In order to empower your viewing experience on The Pinnacle List website, we decided to embrace this developing trend in technology by bringing you some of the highest quality images on the Internet.
Beginning with our two latest blogs, “Portovenere – Italy’s Hidden Treasure” and “Luxury Defined – Rolls-Royce Ghost at The Bradbury Estate in Southern California,” The Pinnacle List will now feature select articles with high resolution images that are optimized for high definition display on computers, smartphones, and tablets across multiple HD platforms and devices including Windows Phone 8 devices, Android enabled devices, and Apple products with their branded Retina Display screens.
What this means is that you will be viewing these select optimized images on The Pinnacle List website at a pixel density so high that your eye won’t be able to distinguish individual pixels on those enabled devices. We will consider your visual experience on our website as paramount to your viewing pleasure and strive to publish the highest resolution images at our disposal to provide you, our viewers with the best image quality and the highest pixel density possible to provide an incredibly vivid and lifelike visual experience online.
Currently, the HD images on The Pinnacle List have been optimized for the best viewing experience on one of the following products:
- iPhone 5
- iPhone 4S
- iPhone 4
- iPad (4th Generation)
- iPad (3rd Generation)
- iPod touch (5th Generation)
- iPod touch (4th Generation)
- MacBook Pro with Retina Display 15-inch
- MacBook Pro with Retina Display 13-inch
- Nexus 4
- Nexus 10
- Nokia Lumia 920
- Nokia E6
- Sony Xperia S
It should be noted that if you are not using a device with an HD display then you will not be able to see a difference in image quality on our website. Select content on The Pinnacle List website has been optimized in ultra high resolution quality for these new devices, but will only be viewable in standard quality on legacy devices.
Below are some examples of how The Pinnacle List website is displayed on select high resolution screens:
MacBook Pro with Retina Display:
iPad (3rd Generation):
We at The Pinnacle List strive to continue providing you with one of the most immersive visual experiences on the Internet with cutting edge HD images presenting our exclusive view of luxury real estate and lifestyles worldwide.