3 posts categorized "3D TV"
ClearPath Technology From Sigma Designs Takes HomePlug AV To New Levels of Performance - #DHS10 #Ghn
September 17, 2010 5:09 PM in 3D TV , DigitalHomeSummit2010 | 0 comments | 0 TrackBack
Notice in the demo that with ClearPath, there is no degridation of performance as you add more electrical devices to the network.
By it's name, ClearPath helps to find its way around the noise - a clear path with little, or no drop in network performance.
February 20, 2010 5:02 AM in 3D TV | 0 comments | 0 TrackBack
Sony has just released this video which are highlights from the CES 2010 Show in Las Vegas. An overriding theme was 3D-TV and this video clearly illustrates this. Technologies like 3D-TV are going require ever increasing bandwidth - ideal for the wired home network and the industry standard, G.hn.
If available today, would you buy a 3D-TV - and if so, what would price would you be willing to pay? Leave a comment and let the community know.
January 07, 2010 6:01 AM in 3D TV | 0 comments | 0 TrackBack
Everywhere you go on the floor at CES 2010, you see vendors of all kinds promoting 3D TV. It's one of the highest trends topics on News.Google.com, where you can track industry specific news subjects.
There's varied opinion on both sides- one saying that it's the next newest biggest thing. And on the side, some are questioning if consumers are going to wear the needed 3D glasses required to make the true viewing experience.
Regardless, 3D HD is a bigger bandwidth hog. And that's going to require wired home networks to handle and management in increased overhead and traffic on w wired home network throughout the house.
Having recently seen Avatar, I can certainly see the benefits of 3D TV in the home. My take from the show is that while broadcasters like ESPN who have announced plans to broadcast sporting events in 3D, the real benefit of seeing and experiencing 3D TV will be on Blu-ray players, and of course gaming devices like the Playstation series.