Startup HDI previews 100-inch laser 3D HDTV with 1080 Hz frame rate
3D HDTV seems a little closer to fulfilling its promise more and more everyday. The latest company to make a market bid is California-based startup HDI, currently previewing a 100-inch laser 3D HDTV. Though the company doesn't have current plans to commercialize the prototype, the claimed specs are worth mentioning. Along with its 1080p resolution, its refresh rate is a remarkable 1080 Hz, much faster than the 240 Hz frame rates used in top-of-the-line 2D HDTVs. While I'm sure all of us home theater buffs would to see this laser 3D HDTV hit store shelves, there are two things that are certain and will greatly reduce its market potential (and the potential for us to actually acquire one): one, it'll be extremely expensive, and two, it'll require those darn 3D glasses that'll hopefully one day disappear entirely.
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Posted by Justin Davey at September 21, 2009 6:25 AM