An overview for developing end-to-end standards for 3-D tv
in the home.
: A network exec predicted 3-D TV
would be the wave of the future because it would make "television more connected with reality." Huge LCD screens: Engineers told our reporter that TVs were going to get much bigger, thanks to the new technology, "liquid crystal."
Discovery was also one of the first broadcasters to launch 3-D TV
in the US, but it has no plans at the moment to spread this type of broadcast internationally.
There are good reasons to get a 3-D TV
, even if you don't plan to use that feature now.
Last week, Argos boss Terry Duddy said that 3-D TV
had not captured the imaginations of shoppers.
said Monday it will release the world's thinnest, lightest tablet and a large-screen glasses-free 3-D TV
in mid-December in Japan.
A recent research report predicts 3-D TV
will become a popular consumer product in 2011 and into the near future.
LG, for example, introduced a 3-D TV
that uses passive 3-D glasses and a thin film.
Toshiba reportedly has developed a 3-D TV
that won't require special glasses.
The adoption of 3-D TV
by comparison is happening at a rapid and unprecedented clip, says Lennon.
People watching the event on a 3-D TV
can feel as if they were actually there.
A DOCUMENTARY about the prehistoric world, written and presented by veteran broadcaster Sir David Attenborough, will help launch Europe's first 3-D TV