Sony VPL-VW90ES 3D Projector Debuts At IFA 2010

Posted: Sep 2 2010, 2:17am CDT | by , in News | IFA

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3D projectors are the way to bring 3D into your living room. After LG, Sony is now also offering a 3D Home Cinema Projector.

At the IFA 2010 in Berlin, Sony announced its first 3D home projector with the VPL-VW90ES. The Sony VPL-VW90ES is offering a 3D viewing experience with active shutter glasses. Sony’s Iris 3 technology enables a dynamic contrast ratio of 150,000:1 and an upgraded SXRD 240Hz Panel which minimizes image distortion or “crosstalk.” comprise the core technology of the Sony VPL-VW90ES. The projector is also capable of taking 2D video and simulating 3D images, bringing new life to classic movies from the past and allowing a wide variety of video content to be enjoyed.

The Sony VPL-VW90ES projector will be available across Europe in November 2010. No pricing has been unveiled. LG has unveiled the CF3D Projector a while ago. It should be available now. The price-tag is around 10,000 Euro.

The IFA 2010 Consumer Electronics Show will take place in Berlin from September 3rd to September 8th. The IFA 2010 is celebrating the 50th edition and we will be reporting about all the new announcements. Stay tuned for tons of 3D TV related news.

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