Philips 3D displays prototype version Cinema 21:9

by prashanth on September 4, 2009 · 0 comments

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Philips 3D displaysPhilips at the IFA electronics fair in Berlin presented a prototype of a 3D-TV using the Cinema 21:9. For the 3D content to show the manufacturer also has an experimental Blu-ray player demonstrated that 3D content can display. For the 3D content to show the manufacturer also has an experimental Blu-ray player demonstrated that can display 3D content.

Philips at IFA 2009 fair in Berlin presented a working version of a 3D TV. Philips at IFA 2009 fair in Berlin presented a working version of a 3D TV. The company has developed a standard-Cinema 21:9 HDTV modified by a film layer with miniscule polarizing lenses to add to front of the screen. The company has developed a standard-Cinema 21:9 HDTV modified by a film layer with miniscule Polarizing lenses to add to front of the screen. Also, the firmware of the television adapted to the 3D stereoscopic images, from an equally special experimental 3D Blu-ray player, to show. Also, the firmware of the television adapted to the 3D Stereoscopic images, from an experimental Equally special 3D Blu-ray player, to show. To be able to watch 3D images, is a ‘passive’ 3D glasses. To be Able to watch 3D images, is a ‘passive’ 3D glasses. Despite the “lens’ Polarizing micro-layer, Philips claims that without quality 2D images can be displayed on the prototype. Despite the “lens” Polarizing micro-layer, Philips claims that without quality 2D images can be displayed on the prototype.

The company has no concrete plans to bring 3D cinema to 21:9. The company has no concrete plans to bring 3D cinema to 21:9. Philips considers the market is not ready yet. Philips considers the market is not ready yet. Not only does this Philps according to the poor economic climate, but also by a lack of 3D content. Not only does this Philps according to the poor economic climate, but also by a lack of 3D content. Also according to the manufacturer the technology has not fully specified. Also according to the manufacturer the technology has not fully specified. The Blu-ray Disc Association, the specifications for 3D Blu-ray before the end of the year are announced. The Blu-ray Disc Association, the specifications for 3D Blu-ray before the end of the year are announced.

Although the technology used in the 3D Cinema 21:9 look promising, Philips emphasizes that the two other 3D-TV technology review. Although the technology used in the 3D Cinema 21:9 look promising, Philips emphasizes that the two other 3D-TV technology review. So does Philips is researching a 3D-TV technology using a fast LCD panel and a 3D active shutter glasses with technology, and the company believes that in the longer term, a 3D-TV technology-based of a film layer with lenticular lenses succeed. So does Philips is researching a 3D-TV technology using a fast LCD panel and a 3D active shutter glasses with technology, and the company believes that in the longer term, a 3D-TV technology-based or a film layer with lenticular lenses succeed. This latter option has the advantage that the user does not need special glasses to take to be able to see 3D images. This latter option has the advantage that the user does not need special glasses to take to be Able to see 3D images. Sony is on its newly announced 3D Bravia’s use of an ‘active’ 3D glasses. Sony is to have just announced Bravia 3D’s use of an ‘active’ 3D glasses.

Not only the 3D Cinema 21:9 was only in prototype form to admire the displayed 3D Blu-ray player was only a test specimen. Not only the 3D Cinema 21:9 was only in prototype form to admire the displayed 3D Blu-ray player was only a test specimen. Philips thinks it will take at least another five years before 3D TVs break into the market .. Philips thinks it will take at least another five years before 3D TVs break into the market ..

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