Panasonic Wins Innovations Awards for it’s Viera 3D Plasma TVs
Panasonic, a worldwide leader in Full HD 3D technology, today announced that its VIERA TC-P50VT25 Full HD 3D Plasma TV won two prestigious TV Innovation Awards in the categories of 3D Technology and TV Performance. The awards were announced during the TV 3.0 – Innovations in TV Content & Delivery show, held December 7-8 in
The TV Innovation Awards honor the most groundbreaking companies in the television space shaping the future of the medium in 14 different categories.
Panasonic’s critically-acclaimed VIERA TC-P50VT25 Full HD 3D Plasma TV has set the standard for Full HD 3D home entertainment offering viewers an immersive home entertainment experience unlike any other. Working seamlessly with Panasonic’s Active Shutter Eyewear, the VIERA VT25 creates a viewing experience the lets consumers step inside the action for a new level of viewing realism.
Not all 3D TV is created equal. With Panasonic Plasma’s short-stroke phosphor and Infinite Black Panel Pro (5,000,000:1 native contrast) technologies, Full HD 3D imagery is delivered by the VIERA TC-P50VT25 Full HD 3D Plasma TV in stunning realism and vivid clarity to create a truly immersive experience that makes the viewer feel they have stepped in to the program they are watching.
Panasonic Plasma, which has inherent advantages for moving picture resolution, addresses the image quality problems and blurring that are common in other 3D systems ensuring that the 3D picture has the same high definition resolution that consumers enjoy in Full HD 2D. Full HD uses Frame Sequential Technology. For a true Full 1080p 3D image, Panasonic’s VT25 features new, faster screen phosphors (short-stroke) which, when coupled with the VT25’s 600Hz sub-field drive, outputs alternating 1920×1080 Full HD imagery at 60 frames per second to each eye. Working in unison with the required Active Shutter Eyewear, the human brain combines the images and interprets them as a Full HD 3D image for the highest possible realistic visual experience; mimicking what the human eye sees in real life.