The new Panasonic is able to demonstrate the development of 3D images as 1080p. It uses a proprietary technology for high-speed demonstration of three-dimensional content, which used a fast illumination of pixels while maintaining brightness. In addition, this design feature used to reduce crosstalk, which leads to the emergence of so-called double (ghost) images. Such moments are typical for displaying three-dimensional images, where each frame is displayed at slightly different angles - for the left and right eye.
Delete crosstalk when viewing 3D images help and developed by glasses. Used in these technology allows a high degree of precision to open the shutter for the left and right eye simultaneously with the corresponding images, alternately appearing on the plasma panel. Panasonic intends to demonstrate a prototype of their 3D plasma TV with FullHD resolution and special glasses to him at the exhibition CEATEC JAPAN 2009 which will be held next week. Sales of these products is scheduled to begin next year.