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Sony 3DTV Release Dates and Prices

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The pricing and shipping details of Sony’s latest televisions in Japan and its related accessories have been revealed.

These new television sets have the same style of the NX800 series that is already available with the edge-lit LED LX900 completing the full 3D package.

The NX800 series was also announced in Japan today, accompanied by fellow 2D-only HX700 LCD and DVR-packing BX30H televisions. The IR emitter is built in and it comes with two pairs of RealD active shutter glasses. So all that is required is a source to a the 60-, 51-, 46- and 40-inch models, having prices ranging from $6,444 to $3,222

Posted: March 9th, 2010
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Sony Launching 3D TV This Year

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Sony recently unveiled a couple 3D tvs in two Sony Style stores where consumers can check out the new technology. Sony plans to add additional stores to its demo program in the coming weeks and months.

3D television was the top headline at last month’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

Sony said it will make two versions of 3D TV sets available in Canada in the early summer, before the start of the World Cup. One version will work straight out of the box and come with a transmitter and two pairs of active shutter glasses. The transmitter will send the 3D signals to up to eight pairs of glasses.

A second version will be 3-D-capable, but will come without the transmitter and glasses in case the buyer is looking for a high-end TV but isn’t yet sold on 3-D. The transmitter and glasses will be sold separately.

Posted: February 8th, 2010
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Active Shutter 3D Technology

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Sony and Panasonic have recently announced some cool new technology, called “active shutter” for producing the experience of 3D on high definition TVs. The first models are expected to be available in late 2009 or early 2010.

The original 3D experience of movies depended on the viewer wearing stereoscopic green and red glasses. Problem is, it strains the eyes. Another process for 3D uses a special screen and polarized glasses. In this system images for the left and right eye are rapidly alternated, and the glasses pick up the appropriate image for each eye.

Now Sony and Panasonic have introduced an “active shutter” technique for high definition plasma and LCD TVs. The viewer still has to wear polarized glasses, but in this system the glasses have LCD active shutters that are synchronized with signals from the TV. The shutters rapidly block the right and left eye views alternately so each eye receives the correct image.

Posted: February 5th, 2010
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Categories: 3D Glasses, Active Shutter 3D

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