If you're picking up a UHDTV or projector, you're going to want something to watch on it. Upscaled Blu-rays and TV shows are a start, but for native UHD content, you don't have a lot of choices. The folks at RED, better known for their cameras, have announced the new Redray player, which is capable of playing back 4K video files, and of handling HFR 3D – the same tech being used in theaters for screenings of 'The Hobbit.'
RED also has plans for how you'll get that content. They're launching a new movie distribution service – January for film festivals, March for consumers – that specializes in 4K content. There aren't any specific details yet as far as the cost and what films will be available, but we expect to find out much more next month at CES.