HP working on triple wide high definition screen

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HP working on triple wide high definition screen.

[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2010/08/MdxbF.jpg[/newsimage]It seems like the "ultimate" TV viewing experience is being constantly redefined ever since HD became the standard way to watch television.  Much innovation happens around attempting to televise sporting events in the most immersive format.  Back in June <a href="http://www.myce.com/news/espn-broadcasting-the-world-cup-in-3d-30798/">ESPN broadcast a portion of the World Cup in 3D</a>, but Hewlett Packard (HP) has a thought of another technology for immersive television watching: a "triple wide high-definition" screen.


Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/hp-working-on-triple-wide-high-definition-screen-33557/](http://www.myce.com/news/hp-working-on-triple-wide-high-definition-screen-33557/)


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ugh… I don’t think you’d have the room for something like this in a home. If its only bars and such that would use them, I don’t think the cableco’s would bother carrying the channels?

epic fail?


#3

I can already hear the complaints about the black bars on the sides of the picture.


#4

[QUOTE=CDan;2540018]I can already hear the complaints about the black bars on the sides of the picture.[/QUOTE]
Haha! I’ve got 2 HDTV’s worth of black bars! This is ridiculous!!!


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[QUOTE=Zod;2540009]ugh… I don’t think you’d have the room for something like this in a home. If its only bars and such that would use them, I don’t think the cableco’s would bother carrying the channels?

epic fail?[/QUOTE]

HP not having a good year…hopefully they can turn things around


#6

[QUOTE=Gamer391;2540075]HP not having a good year…hopefully they can turn things around[/QUOTE]
I’ve got high hopes for the WebOS PalmPad.