Thursday, June 19, 2008

3D TV- Only in Japan!



Hyundai has released a television that allows you to watch 3-D programs.
Japan only has a few 3D programs available on cable, but is hoping the trend will catch on.

The LCD TV is 46 inches & costs much more than the regular LCDs, coming in just under $4000. It comes with two pairs of 3D glasses.

While programming is currently very limited, regular TV programming is given an illusion of depth when you watch on the screen with your glasses.

Hyundai does not have plans to release the TV anywhere but Japan, but maybe if it is a successful run, we will see the demand elsewhere!

Via CNN

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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Actually, Japan is behind the curve on this one. At the Coimbatore airport in India they already have 3D TV -- and you don't need glasses. No kidding.

Laurel said...

Oh, wow, looks very cool, for more info on it, you can read here: http://www.screens.tv/article/11248/Indian_firm_claims_3D_first.html

Thanks!

Anonymous said...

thats kool~~
wouldnt it damage your eyes? O.o sure once in a while doesnt matter~ but I'd get headaches if i would be able to watch it everyday~ XD

Arjun said...

Yes,
you are right!

Absolute 3D Visions is the company to launch glasses free 3D digital signage in Coimbatore Airport.

You can find more information about this company and technology @

www.absolute3dvisions.com

This technology of viewing 3D without any special glasses is "Autostereoscopic 3D" display technology.

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