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Panasonic Wireless Full HD 3D

Ilse Jurriën : 2010-01-20 03:53:00
Prototype Panasonic Wireless Full HD 3D device : Panasonic was represented in the so-called WirelessHD consortium, and during the Consumer Electronics Show 2010 in the Las Vegas Convention Centre, showed a prototype Panasonic Wireless Full HD 3D device. LG Electronics, Intel, Sony, Samsung and other big company names are part of this WirelessHD consortium. We can thus expect much more Wireless High Definition, and even in the case of Panasonic, Wireless Full HD 3D. In the coming period, Panasonic will add to the development of wireless solutions for the consumer. The setup of the Panasonic Wireless 3D Full HD prototype is to make it possible to transmit non-compressed Full HD 3D audio/video.


3D glasses

Ilse Jurriën : 2010-01-20 02:28:00
Experience 3D through 3D glasses : There was literally no escaping it, the 3D thunderstorm hit like a fast-moving train through the halls of the Las Vegas Convention Centre during the Consumer Electronics Show. Various arrangements with diverse high-end 3D multimedia content were shown, the one even more convincing than the other, so that one thing was clear: 3D will definitely be conquering a place in the living room. The Plasma, LED and other HDTV screens each look fantastic, the one slimmer and more beautiful designed than the other, but with the common denominator of the 3D glasses. We all have to subscribe to it, at least if we want to experience 3D at our homes.


Stratasys 3D Printer

Mark Peters : 2010-01-19 12:00:00
Stratasys uPrint Plus 3D printer : One year after introducing what has become the world’s best-selling 3D printer - the Dimension uPrint - Stratasys says it has expanded the product line with the uPrint Plus - an enhanced version with lots of new features - while still keeping the price under $20,000 (USD). Like the dimension uPrint personal 3D printer, the Stratasys uPrint Plus 3D printer has a small footprint for true desktop use (635 x 660 mm). The 3D printer can print in eight colors of Stratasys ABSplus material, making it easier to differentiate individual assembly components and better depict their product.






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