IFA 2007: 3D DLP HDTVs Powered By Texas Instruments

Posted: Aug 31 2007, 3:42am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:37am CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

IFA 2007: 3D DLP HDTVs powered by Texas Instruments
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Texas Instruments shows a new 3D technology fro DLP HDTVs at the IFA 2007.

3D-Ready HDTV are already made by Mitsubishi and Samsung.
The 3D DLP technology requires wearing synchronized shutter glasses.

• The DLP® 3-D HDTV technology supplies a 60Hz frame rate signal
to each eye (equivalent to 120 Hz). This high video frame rate
reduces flicker which is typical of other frame sequential
stereographic display systems.

• The technology has a virtually zero implementation cost on
new DLP® HDTV, benefiting consumers with a future
proof capability.

• Older 3-D technologies used anaglyphic (red/blue) glasses. A
DLP® 3-D HDTV system with shutter glasses gives exceptional
color fidelity and superior picture depth.
How the DLP® HDTV Projection System Works. See also the 3D DLP site.

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