IFA 2009: More info on Sony 3D

24 Sep 2009 | Rasmus Larsen |

FlatpanelsHD is on spot on the world’s largest consumer electronics fair IFA 2009 in Berlin. Read about all the new product launches and trends from IFA 2009 on the FlatpanelsHD front page or in our IFA 2009 coverage page.

Sony has huge plans with 3D in 2010 and Sony has announced the 3D plans as a part of their new global "make.believe" message. On IFA 2009 Sony has revealed more information about their 3D adventure to FlatpanelsHD.

Sony confirms that they are already working on 3D Bravia LCD-TVs planned for market launch in 2010. The TV will exploit the 3D possibilities that Sony has developed but will also support 3D from other manufacturers' devices.

Sony 3D
Tom Hanks with 3D glasses

Sony also mentions that they will expand the 3D platform to include 3D on the PlayStation 3, Sony VAIO laptops and finally on Sony's Blu-Ray players and Blu-Ray releases. We can thus look forward to both movies and games in 3D from Sony next year, and older PS3 games will be updated with 3D capability as well.

Unfortunately the Sony 3D technology requires 3D glasses; not the polarized glasses you know but instead high-definition shutter glasses, which alternates the image for the right and left eye. The same way it’s done with GeForce shutter glasses.

Also, watch this movie about Sony 3D.

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