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Panasonic 152" 3DTV

As announced here last year, Panasonic is offering the largest in the world 4K 3DTV. Unromantically named TH-152UX1, this TV set  offers a size of 141x77 inches (198x360 cm) and weights only 1272 Lbs (577 Kg). Aspect ratio is 17:9 and the price is set around 650,000 €.The 152UX1 is listed in the "Professional Displays" category by Panasonic.


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Hybrid Workflow Reduces 3D Broadcast Costs

After Cameron-Pace push for hybrid 2D/3D broadcast production workflow, TVBEurope announces that IMG MediaHouse (London, UK) is using a Hybrid routing system from Miranda Technologies to simplify the signal management for its3D TV broadcast of a Premiership football matches. So it seems that routing 2D, 3D and various signal types through a common set of equipment is the way to go.


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The Adventures of Tintin by Steven Spielberg

The Adventures of Tintin is a 3D animated movie directed by Steven Spielberg and Starring Jamie Bell, Andy Serkis, Daniel Craig, Simon Pegg, and others. The actors are providing voice, gestures and movements to the animated character through a very accurate motion capture system. The look is new as the cartoon characters are more realistic than usual; all previews proved  that performance capture did a large step forward in terms of realism and visual sophistication.

The Adventures of Tintin with its dizzying spectacle and fast action seems to be promised a very bright success at the box-office and is expected to be as strong in Europe as it should be in the USA. To watch the exclusive trailer, follow link here under. Release date : 26 October 2011.


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Windows 8 Includes 3D Support

Provided that it’s installed on top of the right hardware, Windows 8 is capable of delivering next-generation entertainment experiences, such as Stereoscopic 3D gaming and 3D video playback.   According to Microsoft, users will need to own graphics cards designed to play nice with DirectX 10 and DirectX 11 in order to enable Stereo 3D.



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