Presentation on theme: "G LASSES - OFF 3D TV Wang Liu MIS 302 October 7, 2010."— Presentation transcript:
G LASSES - OFF 3D TV Wang Liu MIS 302 October 7, 2010
C URRENT 3D TV CONCERN Wearing glasses while watching TV is the big concern Cost $150-$200 per pair.
R EPORTS FROM J APAN CLAIM THAT T OSHIBA WILL BE OFFERING A GLASSES - OFF 3D TV BY THE END OF THE YEAR.
H OW DOES IT WORK ? The 3D Regza TV uses the Cell Broadband Engine that takes a 2D image and then simultaneously creates nine images of it from nine different directions, in real time. It's displayed on a high- definition LED TV. Still images fare better than moving images. You have to sit very close to the center of the screen to get the effect.
I N T HE FIGURE T O C OME There were three sizes on display: 12 inches, 20 inches, and 56 inches While the smaller size models are destined for the Japanese market in Dec. 2010, the 56-incher is just a prototype. In Japan market, the 12-inch 3D TV is about $1,500, the 20-inch one is about $2,900.
R EFERENCE http://www.cnn.com/2010/TECH/innovation/10/05 /toshiba.3dtv.no.glasses.cnet/index.html http://www.cnn.com/2010/TECH/innovation/10/05 /toshiba.3dtv.no.glasses.cnet/index.html http://www.conceivablytech.com/2397/products/to shiba-promises-glasses-free-3d-tv-for-2010/ http://www.conceivablytech.com/2397/products/to shiba-promises-glasses-free-3d-tv-for-2010/ Any Questions?