JVC Demonstrates 3D Technologies At 2010 International CES

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JVC Demonstrates 3D Technologies At 2010 International CES

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JVC DEMONSTRATES 3-D TECHNOLOGIES AT 2010 INTERNATIONAL CES

LAS VEGAS, January 7, 2010 – (Virtual Press Office) JVC is demonstrating an array of 3-D television technologies at the 2010 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which opens here today. Technologies on display include a 3-D LCD monitor already on the market, an ultra high resolution high definition 3-D demonstration and a processor for the professional market that converts 2-D content to 3-D.

Here’s an overview of JVC’s 3-D technologies on display at International CES:

4K2K 3-D Demonstration
In the JVC Theater in the company’s CES booth (#8219) is a demonstration of 3-D content in full 4K2K (4096 x 2400 pixels) resolution – four times the resolution of Full HD – using a pair of JVC DLA-RS4000 4K projectors.

3-D LCD Monitor
The JVC GD-463D10 is a 46-inch LCD monitor that features Xpol technology for flicker-free stereoscopic images with inexpensive (passive) glasses. JVC has several of these monitors in its booth showing a variety of content, including a display that features the FujiFilm W1 Finepix 3-D camera. The GD-463D10 is currently shipping.

3-D Image Processor
CES marks the introduction of the JVC IF-2D3D1 stereoscopic processor that converts 2-D video to 3-D in real time. The processor accepts a standard HDMI or HDSDI input in HD, and provides stereo output in a variety of formats: sequential, side-by-side, line-by-line, checkerboard, anaglyph or separate L/R signals. It is being shown with a variety of 2-D input content, with the output displayed in 3-D on the JVC GD-463D10 LCD monitor. In addition to providing real time 2-D to 3-D conversion, the unit can also accept discrete L/R signals from a stereoscopic camera rig, and convert the signals to a standard that can be displayed on the GD-463D10 monitor--useful for 3-D production crews.

About JVC U.S.A.
JVC U.S.A., headquartered in Wayne, New Jersey, is a division of JVC Americas Corp., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Victor Company of Japan Ltd. JVC distributes a complete line of video and audio equipment for the consumer and professional markets.
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Sweet, i had no clue how i was going to spend more money after buying one of these projectors for the cheap price of $175,000.
Now i can have 3d for less than $400,000, what a steal!

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Indeed, JVC is clearly not aiming the consumer market anymore. What a shame.
They were the ones i hoped would announce an Xpol based TV for the consumer market (under 2000$)... it seems it won't happen.
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BlackShark wrote:Indeed, JVC is clearly not aiming the consumer market anymore. What a shame.
They were the ones i hoped would announce an Xpol based TV for the consumer market (under 2000$)... it seems it won't happen.
Well, i can easily see their current high end HT stuff becoming 3d for their next models, otherwise i don't think they could sell them for 4-9k anymore. (which are the price ranges of their current consumer HT projectors)

But just like every other HT projector maker, i didn't expect them to announce anything at CES, since it would probably hurt sales for their 2009-2010 lineup that just came out a few months ago.
We're gonna have to wait until Cedia 2010 to see what the projector manufacturers have in store for us.

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