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3-D HDTV Sets Coming to the Digital Home

Texas Instruments (TI) is showcasing high definition 3-D DLP technology at CEDIA Expo. DLP core technology is enabling stereoscopic 3-D capability for HDTVs that are currently on the market.

CEDIA attendees will see first-hand how TI DLP Products is providing consumer electronics manufacturers with a simple, yet high performance solution that will deliver the thrill of 3-D content in the home.

As the technology behind 3-D HDTV applications, the extremely fast response and refresh rate of the DLP chip allows consumer electronics manufacturers to innovate options for HDTVs that add an immersive third dimension to TV viewing.

HDTVs with 3-D capabilities is especially desirable for video gaming, immersive action scenes, and watching fast-action sports.

Following a similar path to DLP Product's innovation that launched DLP Cinema and the digital cinema industry, 3-D DLP HDTV opens the doors for immediate adaptation of existing 3-D computer games, software and future 3-D content creators by providing a unique display option.

Over 4,500 screens world-wide use DLP Cinema technology, with nearly 1000 of them enabled for 3-D movies and further growth expected as Hollywood expands the number of 3-D releases.

Newly developed 3-D-Ready HDTV models from Mitsubishi and Samsung create a high-definition stereo 3-D picture when connected to a compatible HDMI/DVI source. Active glasses synchronize to the display then separate the stereo images to each eye thus providing the enriching flicker-free immersive 3-D viewing experience.

Consumer interest in 3-D entertainment content continues to steadily increase as a result of theatrical 3-D releases such as Meet the Robinsons, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix and other studio projects in development including Beowulf and Avatar.

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