Against this, others will be judged and found wanting… That’s how 3D-Ready DLP HDTVs stack up at 3DRoundup. The Samsung HL-T6187S Rear Projection DLP HDTV has become our reference standard for high definition stereo 3D display quality. The underlying Texas Instruments SmoothPicture DLP Technology accomplishes what consumer-level single-screen CRT, LCD and Plasma solutions have all failed to do so far – deliver a bright, clean, high-resolution, well color-balanced, 3D image with a wide viewing angle and without a hint of ghosting or flicker. The quality is stunning – as good as the most meticulously configured and maintained 2-projector setups that we’ve had the good fortune to eyeball.
ViewSonic showed a prototype 120Hz 22” LCD display at nVidia's NVISION event last week. The word on the street is that this display, coupled with active shutterglasses, rocked out a darn-close-to-flawless 3D image.
Both Sony and Samsung trotted-out snazzy new LCD TVs at this week’s IFA Show in Berlin. No official word on applicability to Stereo 3D, but a 120 Hz refresh rate or better could theoretically enable use with shutterglasses and the “page-flipping” display technique. Stay tuned.
Does the Zalman ZM-M220W 22" LCD live up to it's manufacturer's claim of "Ultra Clear 3D Imaging?" Yes... for a single viewer who's noggin is exactly in the correct vertical position for viewing. With that caveat, the Zalman’s integrated XPOL micro-polarizer filter, combined with the included circular-polarized passive glasses deliver a nearly ghost-free, bright, well color-balanced 3D image.