How about 3D in 4K?
Rodolfo La Maestra from HDTV magazine is coming back from the 3D World Conference in New-York, USA with some interesting facts about 4K and about 3D on 4K displays: 4K display panels will allow Full HD for each eye in passive modes, a 2 times improvement on the existing Vizio, LG and Toshiba panels with their 540 lines per eye.
The other intersting fact is that with 4K panels, autostereoscopic TV becomes acceptable: 3DFusion has now the auto-stereoscopic panel available on the street and as expected is offered at an initial relatively high price tag ($10K) but it clearly shows that glasses-free 3DTV is available now, not in 10 years as many claimed.
3DFusion’s 42" Auto-Stereoscopic-Display with PC, media player, software, and remote control is already available and all are included in the $10K (Check the 3DFusion autostereoscopic TV sets here). The same applies to the ZL2 55” panel for no-glasses 3D and 4K from Toshiba (recently announced as a product for $11K+).
The 3D World conference was held from 12 to 13 October 2011 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New-York, USA.
Source : HDTVMagazine.