Panasonic Blu Ray and Viera Plasma TV

Blu-ray discs are now becoming the standard when it comes to DVD technology. The term blu-ray refers to the blue laser used to read the disc, which allows six times more storage than the original DVD format.


Blu-ray discs are now becoming the standard when it comes to DVD technology. The term blu-ray refers to the blue laser used to read the disc, which allows six times more storage than the original DVD format.

Blu-ray also allows the film studios to provide an enhanced viewing experience. This summer, the Aliens Anthology collection has been released, with an interactive capacity that Blu-ray has made possible.

With Avatar having opened the floodgates to 3D films at the cinema, and with 3D TVs dropping off shelves like flies, it begs the question, can you get 3D Blu ray players? Of course you can! Like the Panasonic DMP BDT300. The main breakthrough of these players is the way their processing capabilities allow it to match up every frame in 3D quality, required for the frame sequential technology used in full HD 3D TV.

The key to how Blu-ray works is the eye-wear. The eye-wear that come with the 3D Viera Plasma are receiving instructions from this sensor on the TV to alternate between your left and right eyes extremely quickly – dozens of times per second – creating a stereoscopic, or 3D, image for your brain.



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