Posted Tue Jun 22, 2010 at 07:00 AM PDT by Dick Ward
Product manager for Sony, Arturo Jordan, elaborates on some of the potential issues with 3D televisions.
CEPro interviewed Sony's product manager Arturo Jordan earlier this week. Jordan was able to elaborate on some commonly raised issues with 3D televisions.
Not having enough pairs of glasses included with a purchase was a problem raised early in the conversation. Jordan says that only Sony TVs that are 3D capable right out of the box would have glasses included, but that those sets would include two pairs.
On the subject of interference, Jordan says that Sony hasn't seen any problems with the IR signals being sent to glasses being interfered with by other devices. "I can tell you that our Sync Transmitter used in the 3D sets sends a very wide ranging and robust signal," he adds, "in fact I've seen it interfere with "other" 3D sets, while side by side."
He also mentioned that though Sony doesn't have any 3D projectors out now, but "you can rest assured that will change shortly."
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