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Europe ready to launch 3-D TV outperforming the competition
Date:8/13/2010

orm to distribute results and for participants who need a technical partner in a specific domain they can team you up with one."

The Dualplex team's final goal is to sell its 3D LCD screen for HD to ordinary consumers, but initially the partners think they will find it easier to target niche professional markets such as medical professionals. Using 3D imaging could help surgeons doing operations, for instance. Until now, the 3D imaging was too poor to interest them, says Simon.

"For consumers, 3D represents fun. It brings them closer to the reality on the screen, immerses them in a scene and makes it more emotional, but in the professional market the benefits are different: better viewing can help a surgeon avoid cutting an artery." Whether for work or for pleasure, Simon's team is convinced that in the near future, their screens will make the illusion of a third dimension far more than a one-off cinema treat. They predict we will soon be watching 3D TV in our homes, our offices and on our mobiles on a daily basis.


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