Panasonic to open 3D Blu-ray labs in Hollywood

By February 9, 2009March 24th, 2020Newswires

Panasonic stated that it would be based in the Universal City and it will work towards establishing a 3-D Full HD (3D FHD another new acronym to learn) Blu-Ray format and will develop and work directly with Hollywood studios to offer 3-D title development services for this new self named 3D FHD format.

Details seem a bit thin at the moment but as far as consumers are concerned “Panasonic plan to develop a Plasma 3D Full HD home theater system (which it demonstrated in prototype form at CES 2009), a 3D-ready digital cinema projector (Theatrical Dolby 3-D system) with a 380-inch screen theater for 3D HD picture quality evaluation, and a 3-D ready MPEG-4 AVC High Profile encoder.”

Read what Eisuke Tsuyuzaki, Managing Director of Panasonic Hollywood Laboratory stated, [url=http://hdtvorg.co.uk/news/articles/2009020901.htm:1ehi23tt]here[/url:1ehi23tt] about what this so-called new 3D FHD format needs to succeed.

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