Take a look at the future today. we're already seeing LCD TVs, DVD Recorders, Home Cinema Systems, Digital Integrated TVs. There are continued developments in technology and with boxclever you'll be able to upgrade to the latest technology available without the worry of having an expensive outlay.
Here we look at some of the fantastic technology being developed for the future...
What is 3DTV?
3DTV is a developed technology of viewing a movie in realistic depth, with amazing optical effects. The illusion of viewing 3 dimensions is created in such a way that the left and right eyes see different images. Though technology is progressing rapidly, this current viewing process still requires the wearing of glasses to make each eye react accordingly.
The UK's first dedicated 3D TV channel is scheduled to be seen courtesy of Sky during 2010.
However, 3D movies is nothing new as the technology was first developed in the 1930's, seeing some popularity in the cinemas during the late 1950's and resurrected again in the 80's.
Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) TV
Organic light emitting diode (OLED) technology offers the best way to display pictures and video with fewer constraints on visual equipment designs.
- OLED technology consists of extremely thin layers of organic material applied on a substrate such as glass. When stimulated by an electrical charge, these materials emit light.
- Active-matrix (AM) OLED displays have electronic circuitry built in; so each pixel is driven independently by a corresponding circuit.
The Benefits of OLED
OLED displays offer more vivid images and crisper video without a backlight and are therefore thinner and lighter than conventional displays.
OLED displays are:
- Thinner, lighter: AM OLED screens are just 1.5 millimeters thick - about the thickness of a quarter and a fraction of the size possible in LCD displays.
- Clearer, brighter: AM OLED displays have a refresh rate 1000 times faster than LCD, for fluid, clearer full-motion video. OLED luminance range is far greater than human perception and displays can brighten or dim while maintaining image contrast, shadows and highlights.
- Wider viewing area: OLED displays have a wider viewing angle (up to 165 degrees) than LCD displays, even in bright light.
- Lower power consumption: OLED panels typically operate at 2 to 10 volts. Since OLED pixels only use power when they are lit, the displays can be more efficient than LCD screens, which have backlights that are always on at full brightness.
For further information on OLED technology visit www.organicLEDtvinfo.com.
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