OMG, I want one!
I'm gonna rig it up to my PC at the full rez and get radiation burns from sitting 2 feet from it :D
Toshiba's specs-less 3D TV, the 55ZL2, will be out in Europe by the end of the year. The 55in set, a smaller version of which was demo'd in Rome earlier this year, packs in four times as many pixels as a 1920 x 1080p TV in order to present a 3D image to nine different but fixed viewing points simultaneously. Toshiba 55ZL2 …
So now you'll be able to get Deep Vein Thrombosis just by watching telly from your fixed position.. RTFA.
" ....Built-in face-tracking tech adjusts the sweet-spot locations to handle folk who can't sit still by shifting the nine spots a little........" There is NO NEED to stay in a fixed position. And Deep Vein Thrombosis is actually caused by the bad air in aircraft and certainly not by staying in the same position for a few hours.
So you'll pay a fortune for a shiny new giant screen with 3d, HD, surround sound and a built in popcorn maker.
And the programmes will still be the same old rubbish.
I haven't had one for decades, and this will make no difference.
I shall shortly be going away for a couple of weeks, and there will be a telly. I expect this to confirm my usual experience that I watch it a bit for a few days, and then start to forget that it's there.
The black helicopters will be round to check that I really don't have one.
Is that the best picture they could use to advertise their TV ? I like the "fake transparent laptop/tv/ipad/etc." picture meme that's been ongoing since at least 1999 but when the enhanced image on the tv destroys all the highlight and shadow information is this really a great way to sell the picture quality? Or is it contrast at all costs ?
55inch is a little too big for my room. And by little too big I mean about 15inches to big. Ah well. Still, if it works, doesn't make me feel like I'm out in the Atlantic on a rubber dingy and doesn't cost more than my car then it's hard not to get excited.
God I can't wait for 3D porn.
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