3D TV Technology and CES 2010: News Round-Up

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CES 2010 has been and gone and there are a number of things that we can take from the event, we know that the tablet PC will be big as well as 3D TV technology. Looking back a number of consumer electronic makers had these latest TVs on show, these range from Panasonic, JVC, Samsung amongst others.

We reported in a recent post that Panasonic were working on a range of HD 3-D enable TV’s, which is seen as the first major change since the launch of the flat panel TV. Sony are also interested in this new technology, which is being spurred on with new 3D movies hitting the cinema, such as Avatar.

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Interactive TV Today has been taking a closer look at each 3D TV from the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show, where they have picked out eight companies to see what they will be offering in the coming year. CableLabs are to offer testing capabilities for 3D TV implementation over cable. These range from frame-compatible, spatial multiplexing solutions and much more.

Comcast announced at CES that they were to launch its VOD service, movies already expected to show up include “The Final Destination,” “My Bloody Valentine,” and many more. ESPN are to launch a 3D channel in June and will offer over 85 live events.

JVC has announced that they will launch a new IF-2D3D1 Stereoscopic Image Processor; this will convert 2D to 3D. This will make it much easier for 3D content producers to work with their archived 2D material.

For more details on all of this, visit Interactive TV Today.