Entries Tagged as '3D TV'

Cali Researchers Create 3D+2D Technology TV

July 15th, 2013 · No Comments · 3D Content, Newsflash

You may be able to guess what is meant by 3D+2D technology. But just to clarify, it’s a TV that allows users to watch in 3D with glasses, or watch the same program in 2D simultaneously. Pretty neat, huh? We think so, too. Researchers at the University of California, Santa Cruz (UCSC) are working on […]

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Sky 3D Ain’t Going Anywhere, Yet

July 10th, 2013 · No Comments · 3D Content, Newsflash

Kind of a reliever for those of you who still enjoy 3D programming on your 3D TV at home, albeit even just every once and a while, is that Sky has reaffirmed its commitment to 3D broadcasting. Whatever the reason being for ESPN 3D and the BBC 3D networks to ditch their 3D broadcasting seems […]

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Seiki UHD TV Offers 4K but Not Much Else

July 10th, 2013 · No Comments · 3D Content, Newsflash

A few weeks back we were excited to learn about an affordable 4K TV from the lesser known brand Seiki, but today we don’t feel the same way. True, the TV is still affordable. The 50-inch model retails for $1,399 dollars and the new 39-inch version is just $699 dollars. However, we should share a […]

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Sony 4K and 3D LED TVs Hit Kenya, Africa

July 2nd, 2013 · No Comments · 3D Content, Newsflash

Sony recently released two strong television models in the African market, including Kenya. And one of them has a really cool sports feature. The BDV-N9900SH model has a new viewing mode called ‘Football Mode,’ which actually allows the viewer to mute the voice of the sports commentator at the touch of a button. Wow, if […]

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Sharp 4K TV Also Won’t Break the Bank

July 2nd, 2013 · No Comments · 3D Content, Newsflash

It was recently announced that the new Sharp Aquos Ultra 4K TV, a 70-inch behemoth, will be priced at $8,000 dollars, pricey but at least not jaw-dropping. It’s been stated that the Sony 64-inch 4K is actually $7,000. Like we said, we’re not necessarily doing back flips over some grand affordability scheme we see or […]

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Toshiba 4Ks Launch at Reasonable Prices

June 29th, 2013 · No Comments · 3D Content, Newsflash

We know what the prices are already in the infantile 4K TV market. Outrageous. However, Toshiba just released their price points and they’re not that bad. For starters, it took them long enough. Samsung, LG, Sony, and other brands like Seiki definitely beat Tosh to the race. But surely that’s no big whoop to the […]

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Samsung Curved OLED TVs Finally Launch

June 27th, 2013 · No Comments · 3D Content, Newsflash

Samsung just announced the release of their fancy new curved OLED TVs in Korea this week. The Ultra HD TVs cost buyers just a smooth $13,000 dollars (or 15 million won). The curved LG OLED, which was released earlier this year, received some criticism for perhaps creating a reflective sound wall with the noises in […]

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FIFA Considers Not Broadcasting World Cup in 3D

June 22nd, 2013 · No Comments · 3D Content, Newsflash

Last week it was something of a blow to 3D broadcasting in general when we heard that ESPN 3D has made plans to end the network. Coincidentally, the network opened in 2010 with the airing of the FIFA World Cup. Not necessarily all on ESPN 3D, but all in all 25 0f the 64 soccer […]

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Sharp 90-inch AQUOS Drops in Europe

June 19th, 2013 · No Comments · 3D Content, 3D LED, Newsflash

One of the big TVs, wait, we take that back, the biggest TV shown at CES 2013 was the Sharp AQUOS LC-90LE757, an LED with active 3D technology. This TV was finally made available yesterday in Europe. When will it become available in North America? We’re not entirely sure, but we do know it’ll probably […]

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Eurovision Young Dancers Show a 3D 4K Test-Bed

June 18th, 2013 · No Comments · 3D Content, Newsflash

The Eurovision Young Dancers competition, which aired last week from Poland, is said to have been a technology testing ground for combined 3D and 4K broadcasts. While we’re not too familiar with the competition (probably like most Americans), it’s still interesting to hear that the show is being broadcast using both 3D and 4K cameras. […]

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