Panasonic 3D Displays
Panasonic has increased interactivity in large screen format to another level in the ISE 2011 trade show held recently in Amsterdam.
One of the new Japanese giants of the consumer electronics showed the largest plasma screen in the world and the many eco-efficient projectors, and a large number of displays and interactive applications for large format projectors through which professionals can interact with the image using the remote control.
In addition, the manufacturer has used its participation in the exhibition to present its 3D display technology to the AV industry. Thus, the company has highlighted the different possible uses and applications for VX series, designed for digital signage installations, design and architecture, home theater, etc. The series includes Full HD and 3D TV screens of sizes 85 inches, 103 inches and 152 inches.
Launched in July 2010, the VX series features new technology of plasma display panel (PDP) using the efficient control of luminance of Panasonic to get a better lighting speed than conventional panels. The technology enables high quality Full HD 3D with 4.096 x 2.160 pixels in 152 "1080p on 103" and 85 ". The series also incorporates technology for signal Crosstalk Reduction using methods of lighting frame by frame.
In the exhibition halls, the large 3D screen content is ideal for product presentations and demonstrations of car dealerships and the service sector in general. The Panasonic 3D TV display can also mean an immersive experience for multiple game players, making them feel as if they were at the scene of the game, i.e. inside the screen