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Sony Promises Introduction of 3D Compatible LCD TV As Soon as 2010 September 3, 2009

Posted by David W. King in Uncategorized.
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We have received word that Sony will introduce a 3D compatible LCD TV in 2010:

Sony announced that it would introduce a 3D compatible BRAVIA LCD TV in 2010. Incorporating frame sequential display and active-shutter glass Systems(1), Sony’s proprietary high frame rate technology will enable the reproduction of full High Definition(2) high-quality 3D images, and will form the centerpiece of Sony’s 3D entertainment experience for the home.

In addition to 3D movies, Sony’s range of professional 3D products is also driving the growth of 3D production and distribution across a range of entertainment industries, from theater and music performances to sport and beyond.

In the growing industry of 3D cinema, Sony has supported and driven the expansion of 3D by providing a wide variety of professional equipment for the shooting, production and screening of movies in 3D. The number of digital 3D screens is increasing rapidly, and is expected to reach 7,000 by the end of 2009(3). Sony will leverage its wealth of technology and engineering resources spanning both professional and consumer markets to bring the optimum 3D viewing experience to the home, from 2010 and beyond.
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What I am waiting for is the introduction of the home-based holographic 3D image so real that you think you can reach out and touch it. As this would apply to live music presentations, this will give you a feeling of being front row center well worth the 49.95 they now charge for pay-per-view.

It could happen.

For more on this: http://presscentre.sony.eu/

Comments»

1. 32 LCD TV - September 8, 2009

I waiting for this. It would be so exciting. Sony hdtv is the best.

2. hdtvreviews - October 10, 2009

Hey, you have a great blog here! I’m definitely going to bookmark you! Thank you for your info.And this is hdtv reviews site/blog. It pretty much covers hdtv reviews related stuff.


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