3D TV

Panasonic’s first 3D LED TVs Debuting in 2011

Panasonic’s first 3D LED TVs Debuting in 2011

In 2011, Panasonic's Viera TV line will include the brand's first 3D LED TVs. The DT30 series will include two TVs, the 32-inch TX-L37DT30, and the 37-inch TX-L37DT30. These panels will add mid-size TVs to the larger plasma TVs that Panasonic already offers. They will have IPS panels for a wide viewing angle, and the addition of improved motion response and Intelligent Frame Creation to produce cross-talk-free 3D images, according to Panasonic.

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New 3D Network To Launch On DirecTV

New 3D Network To Launch On DirecTV

A new 3D channel is setting to premiere this Sunday on DirecTV, making it the third 3D channel on national satellite TV provider. The new network is a collaboration of Discovery Communications, Sony, and IMAX and is called 3net. The network will premiere at 8:00PM EST.

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Sky 3D Lands 70K customers

Sky 3D Lands 70K customers

Here in the US we are still having the problem of not enough content to justify the cost of 3D gear for most consumers. In Europe, it appears that things are going differently for the adoption of 3D technology. Sky has announced a huge number of people have signed up for its 3D service.

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Best Buy offers big screen deals for the Super Bowl

Best Buy offers big screen deals for the Super Bowl

The Super Bowl is this weekend marking the only game of the year that a lot of folks will watch and the only time of the year when we actually want to see commercials. If you are rocking an old and small TV set, that just won't cut it for the big game. It's not too late to upgrade though and Best Buy has some really good deals on Samsung gear for the game.

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Sanwa Universal 3D Glasses Work on 3D TVs from Japan Only

Sanwa Universal 3D Glasses Work on 3D TVs from Japan Only

Sanwa has recently unveiled a pair of brand new 3D glasses that the company claims are universal. However, Sanwa's definition of universal seems to be a bit more "defined," then some might imagine. The company has announced that these new universal 3D glasses will work with a wide range of 3D TVs, but here's the kicker: they have to be from a Japanese company.

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Dish Network adds new 3D movies

Dish Network adds new 3D movies

One of the big issues that have plagued 3D TV owners and kept many from adopting the new tech aside from price of the sets and the fact that the active glasses are expensive has been the lack of content. Some of the big cable companies have added 3D sports channels, but many of the 3D stations are not 3D all the time.

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Vizio XVT3D650SV Unveiled, Brings 3D to 65-Inch $3,500 TV

Vizio XVT3D650SV Unveiled, Brings 3D to 65-Inch $3,500 TV

Vizio is certainly investing itself in the 3D market, and they look to be making a bigger push as of today. In a late announcement, the company has officially unveiled their latest, and largest, 3D-capable TV. The XVT3D650SV is said to be more aggressive in the pricing area due to the fact that, instead of using active shutter technology, it focuses on the passive 3D glasses.

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World Darts Championship to be Filmed With 32 Cameras, Shown Off in 3D

World Darts Championship to be Filmed With 32 Cameras, Shown Off in 3D

While 3D sweeps through the movie industry, and begins to make large in-roads into the video game industry, it is sports that has already given its own green light for the technology. But, while watching a soccer match, or football or basketball in 3D may sound like fun, there may be some sports out there that don't necessarily need to be given the 3D upgrade. For instance, darts may not have been a sport that you'd think would get the 3D treatment, but you'd be wrong.

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