This is the first time that a 3D type television will be commercially available.
Tech company Sharp has produced the first commercial 8K television which will show three dimensional images.
The technology is to be targeted at broadcasters and those interested in testing the format.
Tech consultant Chris Green told the BBC that 8K screens could provide "a very interesting video alternative to today's shop window and billboard display."
Viewers will not have to wear 3D glasses, as the pixels in the screen will make the images appear three dimensional.
While this announcement comes soon after Samsung announced that they will be launching an 11K television in three years, Sharps' new television will have 16 times as many pixels as high definition screens.
Japan's NHK has been the only public broadcaster to announce their plans to create and live stream 8K footage which includes the Tokyo 2020 World Cup.
However businesses such as global information company, IHS Technology, believe that it could be China who drives the demand for the commercially available 8K television screens.
It is thought that 8K television with not be targeted at general consumers until 2015 at the earliest.
Sharps' 8K televisions will be available on Friday 30 October for £86,000.
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