LG Launches 3D LCD TVs in India – Teams Up With Valuable Group To Broadcast Final IPL Matches in 3D
By on April 23rd, 2010

LG Electronics has announced the launch of its 3D LCD TVs in India. Initially it will be installing these televisions in public places like restaurants where large groups of people can enjoy 3D television in its full glory.

Valuable Group, a Mumbai-based media company, will be providing the 3D stream. It has already procured licenses to broadcast the remaining IPL matches in 3D. Ameya Hete, of Valuable Group, said, 3D brings a player’s perspective to the viewer. The ball comes towards him as the wicketkeeper would see it. This unique experience has been now brought to the people.

LH50 3D TV is one of the first commercially available 3D television sets in the world. It features an LED-backlight display, which can be coupled with specially constructed polarized filter glasses for full three-dimensional viewing experience.

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