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  • 3LCD

    3LCD is a Projection system using three LCD panels (also known as 
    High-Temperature Poly-Silicon or HTPS). 
    The benefits of images projected with 3LCD are Bright, Natural and 
    are Easy on the Eyes.

    A group of high profile manufacturers decided to use this Seiko-Epson 
    system rather than other projection systems available in the market place.
    For more detailed information please contact: http://www.3lcd.com/eg/ftr_e.html
     
    About the 3LCD GroupThe 3LCD Group consists of industry-leading display 
    manufacturers dedicated to educating consumers and video imaging professionals 
    about the benefits and unique features of 3LCD technology. 
    Participating manufacturers use the 3LCD logo, currently under license from Epson, 
    positioning it prominently on their products and marketing materials.
    Members are:
    AVIO – BARCO – DAEWOO – EPSON – EVEREST DISPLAY – FUJITSU GENERAL 
    – HITACHI – HUSTEM – KONKA – SANYO – SINDORICOH – SKYWORTH – SONY 
    – VIEWSONIC - XORO

  • 3DTV

    3DTV is a flat panel visual perspective that cleverly assists the brain to view 
    images as they would be seen in reality, currently with the assistance of 
    special glasses.

    Shown some several year's previous at major world trade events, 2009 saw 
    the intial 'soft' launch of 3DTV followed by an official consumer selling launch 
    in 2010 by Samsung, Sony, Panasonic and others. 
    There are two major 3D systems widely available, ACTIVE and PASSIVE.

    ACTIVE 3D - a system that utilises battery powered glasses to enable the 
    special lenses to react to the signal from the transmitter either external or 
    built into the 3DTV, sending a signal that opens and closes each lens in the 
    glasses more than 120,000 times per second. 
    Technically attributed to be the better system and adopted by several major 
    manufacturers including Panasonic, Samsung, Sony, Sharp and other 
    manufacturers of 3D Blu-ray Disc players as they offer a complete 
    HD 1080p image from a 3D signal when reproducing 3D Blu-ray content .

    PASSIVE 3D - a simple lower cost system that utilises polarised glasses 
    as used in 3D cinemas. 
    The two images on the screen are seen individually by each eye through 
    the glasses then the brain does the rest.  

  • 4K ULTRA HD

    During 2013, 4K ULTRA HD TVs were launched producing 4 times 
    greater picture quality than FULL HD. 

    Screen resolution [pixels] for 4K ULTRA HD is 3,840 wide x 2,160 high 
    resulting in 8 million pixels. 
    Screen resolution [pixels] for FULL HD is 1,920 wide x 1,080 high 
    resulting in 2 million pixels.