Mots clés : ‘3D’

Sony and 3D: We Want to Take Off the Glasses

par Charles-Edouard Carrier

Sony and 3D: We Want to Take Off the Glasses

Are you planning on buying the latest 3D television for Christmas? Actually, the option seems very interesting … but you’re hesitating because you’re waiting for 3D without glasses? Well you’ll have to be patient, because Sony is not planning on releasing one until 2015. And of course, it is unlikely that the price will be […]

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Preview of Lumix 3D from Panasonic

par Charles-Edouard Carrier

Preview of Lumix 3D from Panasonic

Panasonic recently unveiled the prototype of a new digital camera, the Lumix 3D. While double-lens digital cameras that take three-dimensional images are slowly appearing on shelves, the latest offering from Panasonic may hold an enviable place within this class of compact cameras. Able to shoot in both high-definition and three-dimensional, this 3D HD ability will […]

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Sony and the 3D Experience

par Charles-Edouard Carrier

Sony and the 3D Experience

Sony 3D televisions from the 2011 Bravia Series that are connected to the Internet can now access Sony’s 3D Experience service. This on-demand service presents promotional videos in 3D. Among the first video clips is a highlights feature from the 2011 Wimbledon tennis championship. This service is available immediately and is intended to provide varied […]

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A 85-inch 3D Television from Bang & Olufsen

par Charles-Edouard Carrier

A 85-inch 3D Television from Bang & Olufsen

With the BeoVision 4 3D and its two gigantic screens, Bang & Olufsen (B & O) pushes the limits of 3D television even further. A 85-inch version is now available. Like all B & O products, the device is combined with a BeoLink system to link all the multimedia components, and a BeoSystem is added […]

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Naked Eye 3-D in Japan

par Charles-Edouard Carrier

Naked Eye 3-D in Japan

Just when 3D with glasses made its way into our living rooms, there are already talks of naked-eye three-dimensional television. Toshiba is one of the first to market a naked-eye 3-D product. These exorbitantly expensive models are only available in Japan. Here are the 12GL1 and 20GL1. Both the 12 and 20-inch screens have LED […]

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New Sony TVs

par Charles-Edouard Carrier

New Sony TVs

Sony unveiled its new Bravia TVs for 2011 at the beginning of the month. Internet connection, 3D, LED and video on demand are the features that have attracted attention. We will present some of the new Bravia models, from the entry-level ones to the more advanced ones at the top of the line.  Note, Sony […]

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Fillion Dives into 3D

par Charles-Edouard Carrier

Fillion Dives into 3D

People are talking about 3D technology more and more. Even if only a few months ago, thinking about watching a 3D from the comfort of your living room seemed almost impossible, it is completely the opposite today. And while most manufacturers of LCD or plasma screens are gradually getting into this new niche, Panasonic is […]

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Sony and 3D Audio

par Charles-Edouard Carrier

Sony and 3D Audio

The madness of 3D is quickly invading the houses of aficionados of new technologies. Sony is adding to this by offering 3D audio systems compatible with its new BRAVIA televisions. Three models are offered: two compact bars and a home theatre package. The HT-CT150 and HT-CT350 are systems with subwoofer speakers and a sound bar […]

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