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*******techvi****/shows/bottom-line/2009/09/3dtv-the-next-big-thing-or-next-big-flop/ Panasonic is showing off a 50-inch plasma TV which aims to bring 3D TV from the movie theater to the home theater. That’s all well-and-good, but even if the company has managed to fix the persistent headaches, awkward motion and other issues that have plagued 3D in the past, does it actually add anything to the experience? We talk to John Biggs from CrunchGear and Nate Lanxon from CNET UK, who aren’t totally sold on the idea either. What’s your take? Are you eager to have a 3D set in your living room? Sound off in the comments, or send a video response to our YouTube Channel. Distributed by Tubemogul.
29 Sep 2009
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Eric checks out a 152-inch 4K Ultra High Definition screen from Panasonic. The 1 in front of the 52 is not a typo, and that's 4096 × 3072 resolution, for those keeping score at home. Also, the guys test drive some of the 3D tech we've been hearing so much about with Panasonic's full-HD 3DTV setup, complete with wireless active glasses. Panasonic expects to start shipping the 3DTV gear in April. Distributed by Tubemogul.
8 Jan 2010
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*******www.3dtvreviewer******/ Perhaps surprisingly, the 3DTV which LG is using as its launch model in the UK is the 47-inch LD920, as showcased by Sky at 9 pubs in January during the 3D Arsenal versus Manchester United football match. Why surprisingly? Well, despite Sony, Samsung, Nvidia and others pushing the active-shutter glasses technology, the LG LD 920 display uses the same passive polarisation technology and glasses as you most likely used to watch Avatar in the cinema. There are several stories online saying that polarisation technology is only possible using two front projectors, like in the cinema, but, as LG have shown with the LD920, that’s not true.
11 Feb 2010
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*******www.3dtvreviewer******/samsung-ue40c7000-3dtv-available-now-at-john-lewis/2010/05/11/ The Samsung UE40C7000 is the first 3D TV set to be made available to the UK public. It's now on sale at various electrical retailers across the country priced at approximately £1,800. Considering the TV also functions as a Full HD 1080p television, the price isn't a huge premium for the additional ability to watch 3D content.
13 May 2010
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*******www.3dtvreviewer******/ LG showcased an 84-inch 3DTV at SID 2010 in Seattle with Ultra High Definition
26 May 2010
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NVIDIA previews its new 3DTV technology with Panasonic 3D TVs. GamerLive.TV gets an exclusive first look.
11 Jun 2010
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*******www.3dtvreviewer******/ Sony have said that the PS3 can be firmware upgraded to support 3D content, which means that the forthcoming Blu-Ray 3D discs and Playstation 3D games will be compatible with existing Playstation 3 units. Of course, the fact that Sony helped popularize Blu-Ray, sells PS3's which can play Blu-Ray discs as well as PS3 games and has a movie studio (Sony Pictures Home Entertainment) committed to offering 3D Blu-Ray content gives them a lead in selling their 3D TV's!
1 Feb 2010
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*******www.3dtvreviewer******/ Panasonic have announced two plasma 3D televisions for the UK market, the 50-inch TX-P50VT20E and 65-inch TX-P65VT20E. Both televisions will use the active shutter glasses which means full high definition 3D. Two pairs of glasses will be included with each television set but each additional pair will cost £100. The televisions themselves will cost £2,000 for the 50-inch and £4,000 for the 65-inch. The 50-inch model is due to arrive in the UK in May, and the 65-inch in July. Additional features include Infinite Black Pro with Native Contrast Over five million to one, 600 hertz Sub-field Drive Intelligent Frame Creation Pro, THX Certified Display, 24p Smooth Film, Freeview HD, Freesat HD, VIERA CAST, DLNA certified and USB Terminals for Wireless LAN Adaptor, Keyboard and HDD Recording.
21 Feb 2010
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Google has found a way to get Google Voice back on our iPhones using HTML5. Comcast wants to be one of the first ones to offer 3DTV channels with 3D specific programming. Leica announced the M9, which is claimed to be the world's smallest full frame digital camera.  The advertising industry is starting to roll out a privacy icon so you know exactly when you're being served targeted ads. Leave a comment below with your thoughts or reply me on Twitter!  Puppy Tweets will translate what your dog barks and post to their own Twitter account.  Angie's List is a time saver and a stress saver by giving you access to recommended vendors when you need something done around your house or office. Coupon code GEEK will give you a 25% discount.
30 Jan 2010
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30 seconds of 3d animation for Hugo Tv Advertisement with Support 3DTV & 3D WOWvx. it is full compatible with the 3d screen, for example 3d Philips screens, so it can show the movie with the depth. the software used: 3ds studio max adobe after effects WOWvx video software
11 Apr 2010
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*******3dtvhow****/ The future of tv is here today with 3dtv visit us to see the latest 3d tvs on the market today.
21 Apr 2010
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Future Shop and Sony Canada announce eye-popping new 3DTV content at exclusive event - *******smr.newswire.ca/en/sony/future-shop-and-sony-canada-announce-eye-popping-new
24 Mar 2011
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CrunchGear's Matt Burns weighs in on what's making the biggest splash at CES. On the table is the explosion of e-book readers, a talking panda, and whether 3DTV - one of this year's showroom floor darlings - is going to be the next big thing or the next big bust. Distributed by Tubemogul.
8 Jan 2010
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*******www.3dtvreviewer******/ When Sky 3D broadcast the first live 3D sporting event to a public audience in the UK, they used LG's ld920, a 47-inch 3DTV.
2 Feb 2010
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Jonathan Strickland from HowStuffWorks joins Randall and Iyaz to discuss 3D video technology, which is a growing presence at CES. They break down the viability of the concept, and the niches that might start adopting it sooner rather than later. Distributed by Tubemogul.
8 Jan 2010
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