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Help 3D to rule the technology world in 2011
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Bangalore: The 3D revolution will take a new shape this year as it is clear from the fact that every major company has plans for one or the other 3D product for 2011. The traditional way of understanding 3D always attached with those clunky glasses is changing as the new technology offers 3D without glasses. After the great success of Avatar, 3D seems to be the winning formula for films with many more movies in Hollywood and now in Bollywood are being produced. The consumer electronics industry expects a quick change in the television viewing pattern at homes as almost all the top manufacturer has concentrating on 3D-enabled televisions now.

The next gen Nintendo 3DS effects without the need for any special glasses via a process called autostereoscopy. The portable game console will be released in Japan on February 26, 2011 for 25,000 yen, in Europe on March 25, 2011 (at a retailer-defined price) and in North America on March 27, 2011 priced at $249.99. The Nintendo 3DS is based on a custom PICA200 graphics processor from a Japanese start-up Digital Media Professionals (DMP). It has two screens; the top screen is a 3.53 in (90 mm) 5:3 3D screen with a resolution of 800*240 pixels (400*240 pixels per eye, WQVGA) that is able to produce an autostereoscopic three-dimensional effect (one without 3D glasses), while the bottom screen is a 3.02 in (77 mm) 4:3 non-3D resistive touch panel with a resolution of 320*240 pixels (QVGA).

Sony has announced that in 2011, 3D will be present in every visually-related product it makes which includes a series of 3D point-and-shoot cameras, camcorders, laptops and screens. Latest in the series, Sony has introduced HX923 3D TV, an LED-backlit active-shutter 3D TV series which comes in three sizes- 46 inch, 55 inch, and 65 inch. The gaming world is eagerly waiting for the release of the 3D enabled PSP2, a strong rival of Nintendo 3DS.

Introducing more 3D equipped sets, Panasonic has announced Blu-ray players and five new consumer-grade 3D camcorders. The new series of Panasonic Lumix Cameras include features such as 3D shooting, a 16X optical zoom lens, 1080p video, and extensive GPS capabilities. Apart from the initial 50-inch model of VT20 series of plasma 3D TV, Panasonic has recently introduced the 46-inch TX-P46VT20B. It features the company's latest 3D-capable NeoPDP panel, ambient light screen coating, and dual HD tuners.

With both LED and plasma models of 3D TV, Samsung has announced the 950 and 750 series monitors in a number of configurations. These will be built on Samsung's 3D technology including wireless 3D glasses and built-in 3D emitter. The 950 and 750 models are compatible with 3DTV, 3D movies, and user-created 3D content like 3D photos and 3D videos. Samsung also has other series like LED D8000, Samsung D7000 available with 3D technology.

Toshiba plans on the world's first large 3D TV that doesn't need special glasses. Toshiba's lenticular 3D TV is a 65-inch model, and is joined by a 56-incher and a 20 inch. The company has announced the release of a 3D laptop prototype without the need for glasses.

LG Electronics announced the arrival of Cinema 3D LCD TV with FPR (Film-type Patterned Retarder) 3D technology that removes any kind of dizziness or eye fatigue caused by flicker and crosstalk from current existing shutter glass 3D TV. LG is also introducing light, inexpensive glasses without batteries attached to them.

The culture and character of television viewing, movies, and video games will see a quick change and this time, 3D is going to stay and rule the technology world for sure.
Siliconindia news
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