Samsung 1st to Release Full HD 3D TVs

Initially selling 46-inch and 55-inch models of 3D LED TV 7000 and 8000 series in Korea

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Samsung Electronics, a global leader in display technology and digital media, has unveiled the world? first full HD 3D TV set. Consumers will be able to view a more real, tantalizing video via the world's first 3D LED (light emitting diode) TV than in reality.
Where is the final destination of the 80-year-old TV technology? Samsung Electronics, which caused a sensation with the release of LED TVs on the global market in 2009, has come up with the pinnacle in TV technology: LED TV featuring three-dimensional images.
Yoo Boo-keun, president of Samsung Electronics Visual Display Division, announced to reporters at Samsung Electronics Seocho-dong office on Feb. 25 a plan to initially put on the market 46-inch and 55-inch models of 3D LED TVs of the 7000 and 8000 series.
Samsung Electronics aims at maintaining its leadership in the global TV market for the fifth straight year this year by making a foray into the emerging 3D market with a triangle formation LED TV, LCD TV and PDP TV.
On top of the 3D TVs, Samsung Electronics has complemented the latest 3D entertainment environment with a wide range of 3D total solutions ranging from a 3D Blu-ray player, 3D home theater, 3D content to 3D glasses. In particular, the Korean electronics giant plans to continuously supply 3D content based on an alliance it has forged with DreamWorks.
The early realization of the 3D era is possible because Samsung Electrics has enabled the development of high-quality 3D TV so that 3D images available at theaters can be seen at home, Samsung officials said.
Samsung Electronics has not only used panels in exclusive use for full HD 3D LED TVs, but also 3D LED TVs fitted with the 3D HyperReal Engine in order to eliminate nausea and eye fatigue, the side-effects of 3D.
The 3D HyperReal Engine is a system-on-chip (SoC), a technology for optimizing the color, brightness/darkness and motions, wholly developed by Samsung Electronics.
Samsung Electronics has institutionalized guidelines on 3D resolution based on the panel for exclusive use of 3D TV, the 3D HyperReal Engine and Speed Backlight, since hertz (Hz) a normal measure for the running speed of the simple panel is limited for measuring the high resolution levels of 3D TVs. The new model C8000 series is called 960 clear motion rate (CMR), equal to 16 times that of 60Hz. CMR means the resolution levels based on a standard level of 60Hz. As a result, clients can choose 3D TV sets according to the classification of CMR, not based on the size of the panel. nw

Samsung Electronics has released the world's first 3D LED TV sets.


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