Technical specification of 3D TVby Panasonic India Panasonic India
Gone are the days when 3D films could only be enjoyed at the cinema. Now with the development of full, as well as 3-D ready TV sets, you can enjoy the immersive experience of 3D movies right in your living room. This technology brings a whole new experience to watching TV. It adds depth and clarity to images, thus resulting into something never seen before on a standard set.
What You Need to Enjoy the 3D Experience
To watch your favorite movies, soaps, sports, or blockbuster films in 3D, you will need:
· A 3D Television set
· A blue ray player
· One HDMI cable to connect everything together
For the layperson, it can be hard to know what type of 3D TV to buy. These sets come with varying features, but they have some common specifications. Here are some of the major technical details that you need to know about such technology.
3D-TVs have to double up the number of frames displayed each second. Therefore, they require powerful processors to display clear images. The refresh rate will tell you how quickly the TV set can produce an image in pixels on the display. These TVs come with a minimum refresh rate of 120Hz. However, the higher the refresh rate, the better. A high refresh rate will prevent blurs as images move swiftly across the screen.
Types of Glasses
The best 3D TV sets use auto-stereoscopic technology. Such sets do not require the use of glasses. However, most modern models come with viewing glasses. Generally, there two types of glasses.
· Passive glasses are non-powered and use a polarized 3D system. These glasses are also cheap to buy.
· Active shutter glasses use advanced technology, which require to be powered in order to send signals to the TV’s infrared emitter. The TV will then synchronize images with the glasses to provide one of the best experiences in full resolution. Glasses and IR emitters may come packaged with the set, or they may be sold separately.
If you have to buy Glasses, consider those made with lightweight materials, as these are good for long hours of TV watching.
IT comes with different kinds of screens. For instance, the 3-D ready plasma TV screens improve picture quality using plasma and phosphorus gas. On the other hand, you can choose to go for 3D-ready TVs with LCD screens. These models use LED backlight technology and 240Hz panels to enhance picture quality and reduce motion blurs. Most sets are also able to switch between 3D and 2D modes.
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