Panasonic develops 152-inch 4K x 2K definition full HD 3D plasma display

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Creating a full HD 3D world, Panasonic it appears is all set to offer users a truly immersive experience. The company recently slid the covers off the world’s largest 152-inch 4K x 2K definition Full HD 3D plasma display. The ultra-large 4K x 2K quadruple full HD plasma panel seems really interesting.

Boasting of a groundbreaking new plasma display panel (PDP) that has been developed with the novel super-efficient quadruple luminous efficiency technology, users can look forward to a more engaged viewing experience. With this technology, PDP’s distinct advantages as self-illuminating device are enhanced. With the self-illuminating plasma panels, users are offered superior response to moving images with full motion picture resolution.

Incorporating the innovative ultra high-speed 3D drive technology that has been recently developed, the new panel achieves a higher illuminating speed. This is mainly due to the adoption of super-efficient quadruple luminous efficiency technology. High-quality full HD 3D display on the super huge 152-inch 4K x 2K (4,096 x 2,160 pixels) panel is thus enabled with this technology. In addition to this, the panel also includes a crosstalk reduction technology that allows production of clear 3D images.

Panasonic further claims to have successfully developed a distinct technology that should keep double-image occurrences to a minimum. Using this technology, the 3D compatible plasma display thus delivers smooth high-quality images. Some other features of the full HD 3D PDP include images delivered at infinite 5,000,000:1 contrast ratio with accurate color reproduction and subtle gradation tones. Thanks ti the reduction in cross-talk, users can look forward to clear high-definition 3D images.

Along with super advanced image quality, video results of the display are also claimed to be superior. The PDP employs the full HD x 2 frame sequential method to generate 3D images. Displaying time sequential images, this method alternately reproduces discrete full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) images for the left and right eyes on the display frame by frame.

With this year supposedly being the first year of 3D television, Panasonic intends to boost the popularity of 3D TVs. They should also proffer complete end-to-end solutions from professional 3D camcorders and Blu-ray Disc authoring service to consumer use 3D TVs and displays and 3D-enabled Blu-ray Disc players.