3D TV Will Change Structure of Television Industry
3D TV is showing an explosive growth. As predicted by DisplaySearch, the global 3D TV shipments will increase to 320 million units in 2010 and further to 9,000 million units by 2014, accounting for 2% of LCD TVs in 2010 and 41% in 2014. As 3D movies and 3D live shows of the 2010 World Cup were greeted by viewers with rapturous applause, both domestic and foreign TV manufacturers begin to energetically tap the burgeoning market of 3D TV. It will change the structure of the TV industry in the next few years.
Prices and Film Sources Two Constraints for Popularity of 3D TV
Short source and high price are the two factors restricting the development of 3D TV. As more and more movies, games and sporting events are either produced or broadcasted with 3D technology, the previous restraining factor will gradually be resolved.
Although many insiders believe that 3D technology is the next generation technology of television industry, the current market price of 3D TV is actually stopping many buyers. A survey conducted in Japan by a price comparison site Kakaku.com shows, among all the unwilling-to-buy consumers, 57% said they cannot accept 3D TV’s overly high price.
The size of most 3D TVs in the retail market is between 40 to 55 inches, with their lowest price above $ 1,200 and the price of the mainstream products around $2,500. Generally the 3D TVs are nearly two times higher than the LCD TVs in price.
KTC Launches 3D TVs with High Quality and Low Cost and Leads 3D TV Overwhelming Popularization
Independently developed by KTC, a polarized 3D TV with a CCFL LCD screen, as well as a high performance-price ratio will be available in early 2011. Its price will completely subvert the myth of unreachable 3D TV price. The launch of the cost-effective KTC 3D TV will greatly expedite the transition to 3D TV era.
KTC is a professional vendor of flat panel display products focusing on OEM production. We are looking forward to working with both domestic and international television brand manufacturers to reach a win-win cooperation. After years of market development, KTC has developed diversified modes to cooperate with various clients in TV/PC industry.
Five Highlights in Unconventional Experience in 3D TV
Polarized 3D technology. Polarized 3D uses the principle that light has a "vibration direction" to process the original image. The image is divided into two images of vertical and horizontal polarized lights. When the viewer see through the 3D glasses which use two polarized lenses with different polarization directions, the left and right eyes could receive two sets of images which are synthesized into a three-dimensional image by the brain.
Clear and ultra-stable IPS hard screen. LG’s IPS hard screen provides clear and ultra-stable dynamic images, accurate colors, and large viewing angle for the whole family – KTC 3D TVs offer you a chance to enjoy a brand-new visual feast.
Transformation from 2D image to 3D. To transform the traditional 2D images into 3D, you simply need to press the remote control. No matter whether it is a high-definition TV show, a DVD, a BD disc, or even a video game, all could be turned into 3D images.
M + streaming media. M + streaming media could be freely connected to USB disks, mobile hard drives, digital cameras and other mobile storage devices. It supports more than ten types of media formats, including RMVB, RM, AVI, MP3, MPEG, etc. . So you can enjoy the downloaded 3D blockbusters to your content.
3D glasses drop sharply in price. In addition to the much lower whole-set price, the 3D TV also come with a more reasonable price for 3D glasses – reduce from hundreds of dollars to several dollars. For a family of three, less than one hundred dollars could cover all the supporting facilities previously worth 400-500 dollars.