LG has revealed the world’s first consumer 3D projector, the LG CF3D, which LG says can deliver projected 3D images in Full 1080p high definition.
LG says the CF3D projector combines two projection engines that work in tandem to create the 3D display. The projector will still require you to use specially-designed glasses in order to get the 3D effect, LG said at the launch of the CF3D project at the CES 2010 show held in Las Vegas.
1080p 3D TV
The projector displays in Full HD 1080p resolution, and with its TruMotion 100Hz technology LG promises it will deliver smooth motion.
The LG CF3D projector is expected to be available in the US later this year, though LG has yet to confirm a launch price.
LG reveals plans for 3D TVs
LG also used CES 2010 to detail plans to release 3D-capable HD TVs in 2010. The LG LE9500 series of LED TVs will be the first to offer 3D viewing, with 47-inch and 55-inch models available later this year.
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