Korean electronics firm LG has announced its decision to launch its first passive technology-based 3D-ready television set in the UK by May this year.
The LG 3D TV sets with passive glasses will help lowering the entry price of 3D viewing devices.
Reports suggest that the upcoming TV will be a 47-inch LCD 3D model with a built-in intelligent sensor feature. It will perform the required polarization on-screen that will require the viewer to wear passive 3D glasses; means there will be no need of polarized glasses.
LG has already launched a 3D TV with active glasses in the UK.
Earlier British broadcaster Sky had purchased thousands of 3D TY sets to fit them in more than 1000 pubs and bars to allow football fans to watch the Premier League matches in 3D.
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