Panasonic showed off its 103-inch Plasma with an additional of 3D system at the opening of CEATEC, in Japan. The demonstration kicked off with a set of battery powered 3D goggles and Blu-Ray player in a big Plasma screen. What? Another 3D technology that requires goggles? The company claimed they have developed the World’s first full HD Plasma Theater System with true-to-life 3D images; technology utilized a sequential image processing to distribute full HD video to left and right eye from Blu-ray source.
The goggles-squad behind the drawing board explained the new 3D system reduced images degradation caused by pixel skipping and scanning lines present in vertical resolution from previous models. By squeezing twice the volume of regular full HD information, they were able to produce an unprecedented image quality equivalent of Hollywood 3D movies.
The company also disclosed its interest to promote the 3D system by standardization of 3D format at Blu-ray Disc Association (BDA). I’m not sure about you, but I’m a sucker when it comes to image enhancement system with extra eyewear. I don’t think it’s going anywhere.