HotHardware: DLP-based 3D HDTVs have been around for years now, but those weren’t these fancy new advanced sets that were showcased at the Consumer Electronics Show.
Now, Samsung is claiming to be the first to mass product 3D TV panels, ones that use “3D Active Glasses” technology.
The move marks a bold new step in the march towards making 3D a household mainstay, and it shows that even TV makers are on the bandwagon.
The company began producing LED and LCD compatible panels for 40-inch, 46-inch and 55-inch full-HD 3D TVs using ‘3D Active Glasses’ this month, employing Samsung’s exclusive true 240Hz technology.
The displays are able to showcase 3D and 2D content in Full HD, and the company has reduced the response time of its LCD and LED panels by 20 percent to less than four milliseconds, eliminating any interference between left and right eye images.
There’s no exact plan for release (at least not yet), but we’d guess that some of these sets will be on the market as early as this year.