LG have been very busy this year releasing 39 new HDTVs. Along with these TVs comes the LG CF3D, the worlds first Full HD 3D projector using a single lens.
2010 has been a year for 3D HDTV, with many of them joining the market, including a number from LG (LG LE9500). But the LG CF3D stands out from the rest as being the only Full HD projector.
LG call the CF3D versatile, and say it has an amazing brightness of 2,500 ANSI-lumens along with a high 7,000:1 contrast ratio. It also brings TruMotion 120Hz, a technology previously seen on their HDTV line.
We;re not exactly sure how the 3D effect works, but LG say it provides a life like viewing experienced. Joining both Duel Engine and 3D audio picture calibration technology. HDMI upscaling is also supported.
The LG CF3D features a 0.61-inch SXRD, Full HD 1080p, XR-3D, Real Cinema, ISFccc, along with 3x HDMI 1.3 inputs, VGA, Ethernet, and a USB 2.0 input.
LG say that the CF3D will be consumer aimed and will cost around $10,000 when its’ released in May 2010.