Worlds Largest UHD 3D Display

Worlds Largest 3D Monitor from LGThe next “world’s largest” 3D panel contender has been released from LG and is sporting 84-inches of Ultra High Definition 3D goodness. You may notice that the monitor is a little blurry in the image, but that’s because the display requires those special polarized glasses to achieve the affect. The monitor was first seen at the Society for Information Display 2010 (SID) conference in Seattle, Washing, and offers a dazzling 3,840 x 2,160 resolution which is four times the size of a typical HD TV which is only 1920×1080.

Unfortunately, no other details were given about this massive monitor but we were lucky enough to see some of their other showcasings at the event. One of the most impressive items on display at the LG booth was the 240Hz 47-inch 3D LCD TV with 3ms MPRT (motion picture response time). This particular model received the Display of the Year title and the Gold Award by the SID judges, pointing out that it’s the first commercially available TFT-LCD in the 40-inch range. In addition to the 3D technology, which supposedly reduces crosstalk to less than 1-percent, the display uses in-plane switching and LG’s proprietary technology provide a clearer and brighter image.

Also seen at the SID from LG was a 10.1-inch curved LCD with slim glass which is the world’s thinnest TV panel measuring just 2.6mm in thickness; a 15.6-inch notebook LCD that offers low power consumption levels; a 9.7-inch color e-paper display scheduled to begin production within the year; and a 19-inch flexible e-paper.

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