FULL HD Signals for Each Eye — Frame Sequential Technology
The technology in which the left-eye and right-eye 3D images are sent to the viewer is the key to 3D image quality. For this, FULL HD 3D uses something called the Frame Sequential technology. The left and right images are alternately displayed at high speed (60 frames per second for each eye x 2 = 120 frames per second*). When viewed with special glasses that open and close shutters in sync with the displayed frames, the brain creates the sensation of depth from the visual disparity to form 3D images.
Newly Developed Professional-Quality Engine Doubles Color Reproduction
The new Professional-quality engine raises the color processing of each pixel from the conventional* 20-bit level to 30-bit processing. By faithfully reproducing all of the color and luminance signals output by image sources, it produces smooth, vibrant colors across the entire screen.
In addition to rendering the Digital Cinema Color gamut, which approaches original movie colors, the display also covers the entire color gamut of the HDTV standard for faithful color reproduction. Further, a mode that lets you set the hue for each RGB color makes it possible to adjust the colors and preferences for each image. And you can display a simplified chroma diagram and use it to adjust the colors as you visually check the image.
This is a professional display, and therefore has no built in tuners or speakers
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