LAS VEGAS — Philips will introduce a 52-inch 3D Display at InfoComm 2008, held June 18-20 in Las Vegas. The 52-inch 3D display is being positioned for professional use in digital signage, pro-AV, and entertainment applications. The screen plays 3D content without the need of 3D glasses using Philips’ WOWvx technology.
“With our new 52-inch 3D display in the portfolio, we can offer the pro-AV and digital signage market an even higher degree of immersion and a more exciting 3D viewing experience,” said Jos Swillens, chief executive of Philips 3D Solutions. “Our broad range of 3D display products, in combination with our full range of content creation tools and our licensing program, makes us a true end-to-end 3D system solution provider.”
The 52-inch auto-stereoscopic 3D Display is based on a full HD (1920×1080) LCD panel, offering full brightness (700 cd/m2), full contrast (2000:1) and a response time of 8 ms. The WOWvx technology uses the 2D-plus-Depth format including Declipse, which gives additional occlusion information for a real 3D “look around” effect. The 52-inch 3D display will be commercially available beginning in Q4 2008.