Posted Wed Jan 20, 2010 at 02:00 PM PST by Mike Attebery
The CF3D projector does a lot, but most importantly, it does 3D.
There’s a lot of technology shown off at CES by companies that just want to let people know they’re working on things. When I got a chance to demo LG’s 3D projector, I was left with the impression that it wasn’t going to be hitting stores any time soon. And of course, like a lot of what was shown at CES, they wouldn’t speculate on what the projector would cost. As the PR rep I talked to put it, “We’re not pricing yet.”
Some things have changed and some haven’t. The CF3D projector has been officially announced as a May release, but they’re still not talking about the price.
The CF3D is a single lens projector capable of showing 3D images in full 1080p. It’s also the first projector to use TruMotion 120Hz for image smoothing. It’s got two HDMI 1.3 inputs as well as a USB port.
It’s also got a few goodies in there just for 3D, including color correction technology that helps adjust for the lenses of your 3D glasses and 3D Auto Picture Calibration Technology.
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