Panasonic Reveals World's First 3D Full HD Plasma Home Theater
Panasonic has put together the world's first 3D high-def home theater system that'll be shown off September 30 at CEATEC 2008.
The system uses Panasonic's giant 103-inch, 1080p plasma display and creates 3D images by optimizing an accompanying Blu-ray player for the unique perspectives of the left and right eyes. Apparently 3D video can be stored on a single Blu-ray disc, but Panasonic still hasn't got around the need for those annoying 3D glasses. You'll need a pair of those for this system.
When and if the 3D home theater will have commercial distribution is an unknown at the moment, as are any pricing details but more details should be available come CEATEC.
Via Panasonic Japan
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Posted by Justin Davey at September 24, 2008 7:56 AM