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Nissho hits the Japanese market with its first 52-inch, glasses-free 3D TV

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Dimenco – the group of ex-engineers of Philips, have proved their longtime hard work of bringing the 3D images from the huge cinema houses to the living rooms that too in the form of a 52-inch lenticular TV. As believed, it’s Nissho Electronics that is going to start the sale of this 52-inch LCD TV in Japan. This 3D TV has the ability to display full 1080p of 3D vision with no requirements of eye glasses. Also, it’s accurately described as a unique “2D + depth” implemented TV that can convert 2D images in real time.

What else, this TV has a response time of 8ms with 60Hz of refresh rate. And if this is not enough, then it also accumulates a contrast ratio of 2,000:1 and 700 nits of brightness. Isn’t it just more than perfect for enjoying those IMAX movies in your living room that too in high definition?! Now, the most important thing is its pricing structure. Yeah, Nissho has planned to target this huge 3D TV to the huge businesses first as it totally depends on the whooping price factor of around ¥1.7 million ($20,820). I’m just loving this concept and waiting eagerly for this 3D monolith to hit our regions soon!

Via: Engadget