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    What do you think about Future 3D TV

    Recently I have experienced the 3D view on some 3D TVs. It was awesome and it was also my first experience Right now I am thinking if the current 3D technology is very attractive like this and what would be the future 3D technology. How will be the future generation 3D TVs? How they would be like ? Do you believe active 3D TVs will at rest be a main kind of 3D utilized in 3D TV markets?

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    Just being announced the first commercial 3D channels that the industry is telling us about the evolution of the technology that makes television possible in 3 dimensions. If today you have to sacrifice our look and get glasses to see the 3D in our lounge, shortly no longer necessary. Indeed, several companies are showing at CeBIT, which takes place at the moment, 3D TV models which no longer needs to wear glasses. This technology is still in its infancy and will not be appearing this year when the first commercial models, but if the labs are already working on it; we have it at home rely on the medium term.

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    The future will be holographic televisions and are wrist watch-type, where we want to project the inch on the site as we are: in streets, in the living room, sink, etc ... There will be no physical TVs will be projected. Television signals for both satellite and terrestrial or satellite dishes will not need to land, as these holographic televisions are very sensitive and will pick up the signal perfectly as the underground metro.

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    3D technology is based on the principle of stereoscopic vision that human eyes, being separated by a few inches each receive a slightly different image. These images are joined at the brain, which also gives the impression of depth. In short, although it still seems a bit far to see TV content or home movies in 3D, it appears that three-dimensional technology will prevail forever. Sony, the manufacturer more advanced in this field, estimates that by 2012 half of all TVs sold will incorporate 3D technology.

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    Nearly all further companies involved in 3D TV, for example Samsung as well as Holografika, are operational on models comparable to Philips, and ignoring laser-recorded holographs like a display standard. This indicates if 3D TV releases onto the customer market prior to 2020, it's probable to be based on top of multi-angle pixel projection. The further investigational 3D technologies, for example Dr Peyghambarian’s as well as the projector-based Cheoptics360 system are most liable to come across choosy apps in medicine, military, along with engineering.

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    Prysm, a small California company has created a new type of Laser TV. Called LPD (Phosphorus Laser Display) This technology uses a screen responsive to light on its inner face. When scanned by the laser, the surface of glass and plastic coated phosphor glows and then produces an image. It's just the principle of the old tube screens (CRT) except that it was the lasers (red, green, blue) that produce the color and not the surface of the screen covered with "capsules" of colors , resulting in better image accuracy.

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    Re: What do you think about Future 3D TV

    Now, if you buy a 3D TV, no doubt that the content will be one of the primary criteria for you, but also a vital force for the 3D technology in our homes. Nevertheless, in 2010, while the 3D screens coming to market, it should unfortunately be only 5 or 6 Blu-Ray 3D available by the end of the year and only twice in 2011. Fortunately, manufacturers have provided compensation for this because their equipment can upscale a source 2D to 3D, it will be better than nothing to start! A test anyway because we all know, the temporary solutions, which are just temporary and not a substitute for really the technology.

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