‘Caught in 4k’ is trending on Tiktok and most users definitely don’t know what it means. Let’s get into details.
Caught in 4k meaning
‘Catch someone in 4k’ refers to capturing their reaction or behavior in response to a scenario on camera, in full view.
The term has been around for a long on TikTok, but it’s only recently that it’s being utilized when males fall for the ‘Hey Lol’ audio challenge.
People who have “gone to the hub” will generally glance up to see what’s going on when they hear Khaleel’s song, which samples a Porn Hub intro. Naturally, the other person will be recording them and capturing their reaction “in 4k.”
Caught in 4k memes
On Tiktok, the hashtag #caughtin4k has received 1.9 billion views.
Cardi B asks for the meaning of ‘Caught in 4k’
Don’t feel left out if you don’t know the meaning of ‘caught in 4k’. Cardi B, your favorite star, is also unfamiliar with the TikTok term.
Like “4K” on TikTok? She asked on Twitter, “Please don’t make fun of me guys or I will have a very depressing lonely night but what does 4K mean?”
Marques Brownlee, a tech enthusiast, and YouTuber joined in to explain to Cardi the technical definition of 4K: “So bear with me as I explain. It is a metric for determining how many pixels wide a music video is.”
“4K resolution refers to a horizontal display resolution of approximately 4,000 pixels. Digital television and digital cinematography commonly use several different 4K resolutions. In television and consumer media, 3840 × 2160 is the dominant 4K standard.”
On TikTok, “caught in 4K” actually means “caught red-handed.”
Tiktok: Tattoo Artist Makes 76 tattoos, recreate Betty Boop Snow White scene
With 76 different tattoos, a tattoo artist creates a moving cartoon, ‘Koko The Clown dancing’ from the Betty Boop Snow White scene.
The artist known as Phil Berge on Tiktok, recreated a scene from a Betty Boop cartoon using humans as his canvas.
“Finally! I made a total of 76 tattoos to create this scene from Betty Boop Snow White.” He wrote on Tiktok. “A huge thank you to everyone that got tattooed for this project.”
Max Fleischer developed the cartoon character Koko the Clown. He first appeared as the main protagonist in Out of the Inkwell (1918-1929), a major animated series of the silent era.