One more "Largest 3D TV in the world"
Panasonic strikes again! This time they presented at IFA a 104 inches autostereoscopic 3DTV based on a 4K panel and a lenticular array. Having 3840 x 2160 pixels on hand is usefull when distributing them among the many views required by the autostereoscopic (glasses free) technology. Price and availability remain to be announced...
Just to be sure thay will be featured here again in the near future, the same Panasonic alos presented a 145 inches 7,680 x 4,320 "Super Hi-Vision" panel in 2D (3.25 x 1.82 meters or 10' x 5'). Expect soon a large lenticular sheet placed in front of that monster and another "Largest glasses free 3D TV in the world" sticker. Why not at NAB 2013?
On the heels of LG and Sony, Panasonic unveiled its couple of monstrosities at this year's IFA in Berlin, Germany (closed on August 31, 2012). Next Year's IFA will be held on September 6-11, 2013.
Source: Tom's Hardware.