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3D panels are already tangible, as announced in Seoul and was made ??public in a press release, already has begun production. This particular type of panels will be implemented in 3D TV and 3D LED LCD. If the production of LED TVs has marked a new era in the audiovisual sector, three-dimensional development starts to dial a new dimension in television entertainment market. At CES 2010 in Las Vegas and were allowed to see these new 3D devices with surprising results.
Production has its projection in six different types of panels using 3D Active Glasses technology Samsung’s technological system that locks each of the lenses glasses alternately, causing a momentary delay when displaying small images to each eye that can offer a more realistic three-dimensional images. This system dispenses with previous methods based on polarized lenses, which had the disadvantage of halving the resolution two-dimensional images since through each polarizing filter could only see half of each screen. In addition, polarizing filters have a tendency to diminish the brightness of the screen. Consequently, one of the main advantages of the new panels with 3D 3D Active Glasses Ihara is a possible natural and realistic images, alternating them for each eyes.
Another factor to consider is that it has decreased by 20% the response time of both LCD and LED panels, reducing it to less than 4 milliseconds, which eliminates the possibility of interference between guided imagery to each eye. This improvement in response time can provide natural 3D images, images that capture two-dimensional fast movements with remarkable clarity. According to market research by DisplaySearch, it is estimated that the 3D TV market will grow significantly over the next decade. Faced with 200,000 units sold during the 2009 to 2018 are estimated to amount to 64 million.