3D Blu-ray technology from Panasonic

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I just posted the article 3D Blu-ray technology from Panasonic.

Panasonic announced that they will be displaying 3D technology based on the Blu-ray format at the upcoming CEATEC show in Japan. The technology isn’t approved by the Blu-ray Disc Association yet, but…

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#2

“synchronised shuttered glasses” so if your batter dies in the middle of the movie SOL? haha kinda lame


#3

*battery


#4

Well let’s not forget to really get the full experiance you’ll want a 60"+ TV how many homes that people own can really get one of those?


#5

Why there are always two chicks in the demo.


#6

It’s way better than haing 2 blokes!


#7

When’s the 4D coming out?


#8

Finally, an END to all the screaming for 3d bluray. I hope you people will now shut up!


#9

At CES in 2007 they had a lot of HD 3D technologies on display. Some of them were pretty impresssive, although overall, I think the tech is really pointless until they can find a way to replicate the effect without the glasses. Until then, even with blu-ray, it’s still a gimmick. I’ve actually been working with WHV on some projects and havent seen anything planned in 3d so far.