LG has released a range of 3D TVs which aims to bring a cinema quality 3D viewing to the small screen.
At a launch event in Sydney, the vendor showed off its new Cinema 3D Smart TV range.
According to LG, it has ‘fixed’ a number of problems with previous generation 3D TVs including flickering images, brightness issues and uncomfortable accompanying 3D glasses.
The new TVs can perform 2D to 3D conversion and allows for images to be viewed on a number of angles.
Traditional TVs require viewers to sit at a fixed position for optimum 3D image quality.
LG’s Cinema 3D glasses weigh just 16 grams with no electrical parts so it is more comfortable for users.
Along with a big push in 3D, the vendor has also invested a lot in Internet connectivity and IPTV services.
It has partnered up with a number of content providers including Fox Sports, Yahoo!7, Telstra BigPond and GoConnect for a pool of readily available IPTV material.
Everything can be accessed through the LG home dashboard user interface where a number of applications can be downloaded.
LG has introduced a Magic Motion Remote for easy navigation onscreen.
It functions like the Nintendo WiiMote and can even be used to play downloadable games. These features are available on the vendor’s new Smart TV range.
LG’s Cinema 3D TVs support DLNA, WiFi and DVR.