World’s First Four-Primary-Color 3D LCD Created By Sharp

Sharp 3D LCD

Someone must always be the one who brings something for the first time in front of us.  This time, Sharp is the one that came with a new innovation by announcing the worlds first four-primary-color 3D LCD.

This 3D LCD features the industry’s highest brightness with extremely low crosstalk for ghost images and, by wearing special 3D glasses, you will be able to see impressive 3D images with a very high realistic sense of depth. Its platform has a system where the images that are intended for the left and the right eye are displayed on the LCD screen sequentially. The 3D glasses have LC shutters which are synchronizing  with the display, “opening” (becoming transparent) and “closing” (becoming opaque) so that your left and right eye see separate images.

Also, Sharp has solved some major problems by using with their new 3D LCD the following technologies : UV2A technology, Sharp’s core technology for LCD TV panels, fourprimary-color technology, FRED technology, and side-mount scanning LED backlight technology. So the most important of these is the four-primary-color technology that added a new primary color, Yelow, to the other three primary colours Red, Green and Blue.

Sharp plans on launching their new Four-Primary-Color 3D LCD in Japan this summer, but there is no information available about its launch in Europe and in the US.

Via MarketWatch

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