Panasonic Demonstrates 3D Blu-ray on 152 Inch 4k2k Plasma

Posted in 3D, BD Live, Players, Technology on January 8th, 2010 by Dave

img_0822.jpgPanasonic has amped up their CES 3D demonstration this year with a presentation on a 152 inch 4k2k plasma display.

The demo covered a number of Panasonic technologies, including the new live 3D cameras and the improved plasma technology needed to work with their 120Hz shutter based 3D.

img_0823.jpgPanasonic also had a wide range of Blu-ray support elsewhere in their booth, showing their range of players including their portable model.

It is great to see Panasonic bringing so much innovation to their players and displays.

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2 Responses to “Panasonic Demonstrates 3D Blu-ray on 152 Inch 4k2k Plasma”

  1. Jim Unick says:

    What is the largest screen that is technically possible to build with today’s technology? Is 300″ feasible?
    Do Panasonic have any plans to produce such large screen units or are they only a marketing tool?

  2. Dave says:

    I am sure that the manufacturers will continue to devise ways to increase the possible screen size.

    I imagine that once you get bigger than what can fit on the wall in a house the consumer market is very limited and these screens will be priced for corporate purchase if they go on sale at all…

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