Certification comes from third parties, even though it sounds made up
LG has announced an interesting new 3D TV called the Cinema 3D that lays claim to the world's first certification for being flicker free. The set is also designed to work with more comfortable 3D glasses and the features are intended to make 3D appeal to consumers more.
“Having used our expertise in 3D to address consumer concerns about 3D, such as the sometime flickery picture and unwieldy glasses, today we’re ready to unveil a real breakthrough in 3D with LG CINEMA 3D TV,” said Havis Kwon, President and CEO of LG Electronics Home Entertainment Company. “LG CINEMA 3D TV will be a real game changer in 3D TV, pushing 3D viewing to new heights of excitement and taking 3D technology firmly into the mainstream of home entertainment worldwide.”
The flicker free certification was granted to the TV by Intertek and TUV, both of which are renowned certification firms in Europe. The smoother and flicker free image is designed to eliminate dizziness and eye fatigue that are common for some people on other 3D TVs.
The set has wide viewing angles, Smart TV capability, DLNA certification, WiFi, Led backlighting, Trumotion 120Hz and DivX Plus/HD certification. The sets will launch globally in March at an undisclosed price.