Philips 3d Tv No Glasses
While Toshiba and Philips said they will launch in 2012 and 2013 of auto-stereoscopic 3D TV, Panasonic told the Consumer Electronics show Intellect 2011 that he too plans to launch soon on 3D TV without glasses. Unlike Toshiba, Philips, Panasonic wants to use another technology for auto-stereoscopic, without elaborating. It will not be based on the use of lenticular screen, which Panasonic is not the right choice because of the limited field of view for use in consumer sizes above 40 inches. The general high-tech exhibition in Berlin, manufacturers have introduced the novelty of next year: televisions in relief. Stunning effect guaranteed. The major trend of the IFA was unquestionably 3D, including video games. Drawback, it is mandatory to wear polarized glasses. Photo: F. Santrot / Metro. Crisis, what crisis? At the IFA, the exhibition of consumer electronics, which opened in Berlin Friday, September 4, manufacturers of high-tech products maintain morale. However, the global market was down - 12% of sales in the first half of 2009 (only - 4% in France), as the firm GFK. But this market decline is not due to a disenchantment of the public in high-tech products, on the contrary, "in France, we recorded our record sales history of the number of televisions, laptops and devices digital photos 12 months, provides Philippe Citroën, managing director of Sony France. The market decline is due to a decline in commodity prices. . "To support the industry, manufacturers also rely on innovation. And the IFA was the occasion to announce the major trends of 2010 . Without a doubt, the star of television show is in three dimensions. In the wake of 3D movies growing number (Up, Avatar, A Christmas Mr Scrooge, Toy Story 3 . . ), brands like LG , Sony, Panasonic and philips 3d tv no glasses introduced their television sets in relief for the general public. The first models are expected to arrive in the United States at the end of the year and in France by the end of the first half of 2010. Their price should be between 25 and 50% more expensive than a conventional flat-screen TV. philips 3d tv no glasses preferred, however, temper the speech: "The 3D TV is a dream for the viewer but the technology is not yet fully stable," said Andrea Ragnetti, division responsible for the "life style" of Philips. The first models have already shown impressive: the viewer - which is put on special philips 3d tv no glasses - really feel that the image leaves the screen. But manufacturers have not yet developed market standards and it will be difficult in these conditions for the public to compare these TVs before making their choice. As for content, in addition to 3D films created in Hollywood, more and more programs will be filmed in 3D. Arte is currently filming wildlife documentaries in three dimensions and the British channel Sky TV took the IFA to announce a television station broadcast only 3D programs from March 2010. World Cup Soccer to be held next year will be an opportunity to film the games in relief but it is for now no question of direct. 3D DVD will be sold just after the end of the race. This new 3D technology will not be perceived in the same way by everyone. If the majority will be amazed by the total immersion that provides the TV in relief, people with strabismus or epilepsy can not enjoy it. Similarly, some may be bothered by the image printing that comes out of the screen and experience nausea or dizziness. It remains to be seen whether the public is ready to wear polarized philips 3d tv no glasses to watch TV and suffer some collateral damage for the benefit of the ultimate experience: the 3D image. TV makers have not yet managed to develop a reliable technology at affordable costs. There are already prototypes of TVs that broadcast stereoscopic images without the viewer needing to put on polarizing glasses. The problem is that the viewing angle of the 3D is so extremely limited: only 25 points on the screen. This means that at least of being perfectly located in front of the screen, it is impossible to enjoy the 3D. Oubliez right away the evening with the family watching TV. . . .