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Toshiba 3D REGZA 12GL1

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Toshiba 3D REGZA 12GL1

The Toshiba 3D REGZA 12GL1 is an LCD TV that supports features which allows users to view 3D content with the 3D glasses. Set to be released in late December with its 20-inch counterpart, the 20GL1, the 12-inch 12GL1 utilizes an integral imaging system and a perpendicular lenticular sheet to display natural images, and Toshiba’s image processing technology to create nine parallax images from the original content and create to 3D images. The 3D TV sports LED-backlit LCD panel, …

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Toshiba 3D REGZA 12GL1

The Toshiba 3D REGZA 12GL1 is an LCD TV that supports features which allows users to view 3D content with the 3D glasses. Set to be released in late December with its 20-inch counterpart, the 20GL1, the 12-inch 12GL1 utilizes an integral imaging system and a perpendicular lenticular sheet to display natural images, and Toshiba’s image processing technology to create nine parallax images from the original content and create to 3D images. The 3D TV sports LED-backlit LCD panel, and offers up to 466 x 350 pixels resolution support.

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Measuring 33.7 x 5.2 x 27.2 cm, the 12 inch LED backlit LCD panel is designed for 3D capability without glasses through its integral imaging system of 9 parallax images with vertical lenticular sheet. It provides users with 466 x 350 pixel resolution and 500:1 aspect ratio output, and is developed with an engine and an algorithm that extrapolates perspectives out of the 2D frame and used a perpendicular lenticular sheet with an array of lenses that enable the viewer's brain to superimpose the perspectives. It also features a wide viewing area in front of the display and allows movement of the eyes and head without disrupting the 3D image and without the discomfort sometimes associated with other 'glasses-less' 3D technologies.

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