LG has exhibited the worlds largest 3DTV with a 3840x2160 resolution (4Kx2K) on the SID 2010 technology fair in Seattle. The impressive 3DTV is 84 inches large.
LG has exhibited a huge TV on the SID electronics fair in Seattle, USA. The 84-inch large TV also displays 3D with the help of 3D glasses.
LG 84-inch 3DTV with 3840x2160 resolution
The 3DTV utilizes an impressive 3840x2160 resolution that is four times higher than Full HD (1920x1080). According to LG this improves 3D detailing on such a large screen.
The 3DTV has been manufactured for exhibition purposes and will not be available for consumers right now. LG will be releasing the LX9500 3D range soon.
Other LG 3D technologies
LG also exhibits a 47-inch 3D LCD-TV that uses the passive polarized glasses. The new panel is said to reduce crosstalk to less than 1 percent according to LG, which is almost invisible to the human eye.
Finally, LG has exhibited a 47-inch no-glasses 3DTV that uses a liquid lens to eliminate the need for 3D glasses. All 3DTVs planning for the consumer market right now need 3D glasses.