Samsung Electronics is again back in action, with the launch of its latest offering, a 75-inch Samsung D9500 LED-backlit 3D LCD HDTV in Korea. The new 75-inch Samsung D9500 3D TV will now be the world’s largest 3D LED TV surpassing the LG 72-inch LZ970. The new 3D TV comes with some smart features and a unique touchscreen QWERTY flip remote which makes it ideal for web browsing.
Samsung D9500 3D TV Features
75 inch Active 3D LED backlit Screen
240Hz refresh rate display
Touchscreen Qwerty Smart TV Remote
Black Diamond Panel
Samsung Remote Application
Samsung Smart TV Contents
3D Hyper-real Engine
Social networking support
Black Diamond Panel
Full HD 1080p
Active shutter technology
According to Samsung the new 75 inch 3DTV is expected to be priced around $17,600. The company is planning to launch it around the end of this month.
So get ready to enjoy a theatre like 3D experience on Samsung’s D9500 3D TV.
Watching 3D videos and playing 3D games on your iPhone/iPod Touch or iPad would really be a treat to your eyes. There have been many attempts before to enable 3D on iOS devices, including few Cydia apps and certain accessories like My3D Viewer. Most of these attempts have either involved glasses, are a bit expensive, are limited and don’t perform that well. Keeping these things in mind, researchers from Engineering Human-Computer Interaction Research Group(EHCI) have developed a way to view in astonishing 3D without the need of glasses.
This new research involves the use of the front camera to detect the head motion of the user that in turn adjusts the display to the point where the user is looking from, making things on the screen get true 3D depth and spectacular effects. If you remember, a similar kind of technology was also rumored to be coming soon on the iPod Touch, but that was just a rumor. This is real, there are a few videos that you may want to watch to believe this and trust me they will really make you want this on your iOS device too.
According to the group of researchers Jeremie Francone and Laurence Nigay;
Head-Coupled Perspective (HCP) on mobile devices allows to create a glasses-free monocular 3D display. It is based on a efficient head-tracker that uses the front-facing camera of the device. We use an off-axis projection in order to adapt the perspective of the 3D scene according to the head’s position of the user. Such spatially-aware mobile display enables to improve the possibilities of interaction.
This is something really very spectacular and a treat for all the iPhone users as this technology could be used in games and other applications. Just imagine playing Angry Birds or Need for Speed Shift in 3D. Watch the demonstration videos below on the iPhone and iPad to understand what this is all about. The Head-coupled perspective technology could be the future of 3D instead of bulky accessories and expensive 3D displays.
Head Tracking for iPhone: Glasses-Free 3D Display
Head Tracking for iPad: Glasses-Free 3D Display
What do you think of this technology? Do you think it’ll be soon implemented into games and apps?