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3D TV Debuts in Japan

A Japanese retailer has unveiled a 46in 3D LCD TV, though it's actually manufactured by Hyundai. The set has a 1920 x 1080 resolution and generates a 3D image using stereoscopics. It creates the illusion of 3D by rapidly displaying two different images, one for the viewer's left eye, the other for the right eye.

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decapitator3391d ago

I really need to visit Japan one of these days, they always a few steps ahead of the rest of the world.

Syko3391d ago

My TV I bought 3 months ago is 3D. It is a 56" DLP...But like it says it needs special Movies or Games in order to use it. Which at the moment is almost nothing and not worth the $200 Glasses and software needed to make it work.

I have the 56" 87 Series with the LED Light Engine and 120hz Refresh.
http://product.samsung.com/...

Massacre3391d ago

Is it possible to import things like this from Japan and would it work at all ?

*thinks about ordering*

conjurdevil3391d ago

Extremely Fargile and difference of power consumption could create problems but then again they can be solved.

Massacre3391d ago

Ahh, I see. Thanks. Will look into this a bit more.

fenderputty3391d ago

electronics is expensive. I'm sure the TV is rather pricey as it is too.

kurochi3391d ago

@ #2:

You can import it, but what would you watch?

"The set is reliant on a special stereoscopic broadcasts, which is already up and running in Japan. "

I highly doubt US broadcast companies are broadcasting "stereoscopic broadcasts". They're having a hard time going HD for crying outloud!

S1nnerman3391d ago

The future is look great! 3D TV ... stuff of science fiction only a few years back. I can't wait till I have a holodeck (ahem) in my flat :)

romaink3391d ago

I long for the day when I'll be able to watch Beowulf again in 3D.

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