Ultra-high definition television (UHDTV) intends to provide viewers with a better visual experience by giving them a strong sensation of reality by widening the field of view (FOV) of the image. A large pixel count is needed to widen the FOV while keeping the picture quality as high as that of HDTV. In particular, SUPER Hi-VISION is or 8K-UHDTV with 7680 × 4320 pixels. The development of the SUPER Hi-VfSION to date has given priority to achieving this high pixel count. It has resulted in a projector with jour 4K liquid aystal on silicon (LCDS) devices, an 8K projector, an 85” liquid crystal display (LCD), and a 145" plasma display panel (PDP) with 7680 × 4320 pixels for each RGB color. Meanwhile, other parameters such as the frame frequency and colorimetty also improve the visual experience. After a thorough review of each system parameter, Recommendation ITU-R BT.2020 was standardized. Besides the pixel count, it specifies a frame frequency, colorimetry, and bit depth beyond those of HDTV. A SUPER Hi-VISION display should cover all of these parameters.