Panasonic exhibited a 3D Plasma HDTV setup at the CES 2009 earlier this year. The setup used a 103-inch Plasma. Today Panasonic announced the development of a 50-inch Full HD 3D compatible plasma display panel (PDP) and high-precision active shutter glasses that enable the viewing of theater-quality, true-to-life 3D images in the living rooms.
A 50-inch 3D TV is of course more feasible to actually become affordable and sellable. Panasonic plans to release their new 50-inch 3D Plasma TV in 2010.
This new 50-inch 3D PDP uses Panasonic's newly-developed high-speed 3D drive technology that enables rapid illumination of pixels while maintaining brightness.
The panel also incorporates a crosstalk reduction technology allowing for minimizing double-image (ghosting) that occurs when left- and right-eye images are alternately displayed.
Plasma Panels have excellent video response with full moving picture resolution. The new panel offers even improved performance, achieving clear, high-quality and high-resolution images in 3D.
The high-precision active shutter glasses incorporate Panasonic's technology that precisely controls the active shutters with the left- and right-eye images shown on the PDP.
I am less concerned about wearing glasses to watch 3D movies at home. I am more concerned that 50-inch is too small to actually give you an immersive 3D experience unless you sit 10-inches away from the TV. For now going into a 3D Cinema is still the better option to enjoy 3D movies.
The prototype Full HD Panasonic 3D Plasma TV and glasses will be displayed at CEATEC JAPAN 2009 to be held from October 6 to 10 at Makuhari Messe in Chiba City, east of Tokyo. Via this Panasonic press-release on JCN.
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