JVC to Show 3D Front Projection Theater at CES
Two JVC DLA-RS4000 4K projectors will be the main components of its 3D demo.
Two DLA-RS4000 4K projectors (above) will be the main components of JVC’s 3D demo at 2010 CES.
December 17, 2009 by Robert Archer

JVC will be showing a state-of-the-art 4K D-ILA front projection theater in its booth at 2010 CES, which takes place Jan. 7-10 in Las Vegas.

Two DLA-RS4000 4K projectors will be the main components of the display at the show.

JVC also will be exhibiting its GD-463D10 46-inch LCD monitor that includes Xpol technology, which is said to produce a flicker-free stereoscopic image with inexpensive, passive glasses.

JVC will have several of these monitors in its booth showing a variety of content, including a station that features the FujiFilm W1 Finepix 3D camera.

JVC will launch its IF-2D3D1 stereoscopic processor that converts 2D video to 3D in real time. This unit accepts a standard HDMI or HDSDI input in HD and provides stereo output in a variety of formats:

  • Sequential
  • Side-by-side
  • Line-by-line
  • Checkerboard
  • Anaglyph
  • Separate L/R signals

Additionally, the IF-2D3D1 can be used for professional applications, including the ability to accept discrete L/R signals from a stereoscopic camera rig and converting the signals to a standard that can be displayed on the GD-463D10 3D monitor for use by 3D production crews.

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Robert Archer - Senior Editor, CE Pro
Bob is a dedicated audiophile who has been writing about A/V for Electronic House sister publication CE Pro since 2000.

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