Consumer electronics company JVC is set to launch a new 46-inch LCD monitor capable of displaying 3D images in the next coming months.
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During a live demonstration, JVC played a live concert by U2 and gave us a pair of polarising glasses. We were able to see Bono popping out of the screen as he reached out to the audience, which made our viewing experience better than just watching the concert on a normal plasma/LCD screen. Flickering was absent, with the company saying that it is because of its passive-type circular polarising glasses designed for viewing 3D images.
Expect the GD-463D10 to arrive in the next coming weeks with an expected RRP of $13,000. The popularity of this kind of technology will depend entirely on the volume of 3D content available for it.
Specifications of the panel are as follows:
Screen size: 46-inch
Resolution: 1920 x 1080
Panel System: VA
Contrast Ratio: 2000:1 (native), 10,000:1 (Dynamic)
Response Rate: 6.5ms
Display: Sim-wide LCD
Power Output (RMS): 10W + 10W
Terminals: 3x HDMI In