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CEATEC JAPAN is one of Asia's largest IT and electronics exhibitions. Following on the success of IFA 2010, Panasonic introduced a 3D world that includes both home and business applications, with a wide array of products ranging from home 3D products centering on VIERA TVs, to professional 3D camera recorders, 3D production systems, and 3D image solutions in the Network AV Zone at CEATEC JAPAN 2010.
Date: October 5 (Tuesday) to October 9 (Saturday), 2010
Venue: Makuhari Messe (Chiba, Japan)
Number of Exhibiting Companies: 616
In some cases, the same image was shown on each of the 33 displays, and in other cases multiple images were combined to form a single image. All were displayed in high-resolution 3D and precisely synchronized with 3D Eyewear to prevent any image irregularities or deviation.
This was the FULL HD 3D presentation stage. A total of 33 3D plasma displays, ranging from the world's largest 152-inch screen to 42-inch screens, formed a virtual wall of displays to capture widespread attention. A 10-minute presentation of Panasonic's FULL HD 3D activities and technologies backed by a variety of FULL HD 3D images was given on stage for audiences wearing 3D Eyewear. After viewing the presentation, visitors were led inside the booth, still wearing their 3D Eyewear, and experienced demos and exhibitions of individual 3D products.
In addition to auctions, Panasonic introduced a new service that lets users read e-books and e-magazines on a large VIERA display. The exhibit showed how TVs are evolving from something that you simply watch to something that you actually use.
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