- Special Occasions Ma, It's Daddy's Time To Shine! Ibida Niyo Siya Sa 14 Social Media Challenges Na Ito
- Preschooler A Dad Shares How Online Learning Helped His Kids Get Into U.S. Universities
- Real Parenting These Wais Moms Made Amazing Toys Out Of Cardboard Boxes!
- Health & Nutrition First Trimester: Everything You Need To Know About Prenatal Care During COVID-19
Sony Revolutionizes 3D Entertainment To Another LevelBe part of the 3D world exclusively created by Sony.
In 2010, Sony established itself as the industry leader in 3D entertainment across hardware, software, and content platforms. Since its first showcase of the 3D BRAVIA last year, Sony Philippines continues to introduce 3D consumer products to complete the promised 3D World. From the legendary PlayStation3 and 3D Blu-Ray allowing playback of 3D content, to the NEX-5 that made 3D Sweep Panorama possible, to the recent unveiling of the new VAIO F, Sony’s 3D PC, the company is continuing on the path of revolutionizing the 3D experience, to enable consumers to shoot, play, and share their user-generated 3D content wherever they go.
Yes, 3D is no longer limited to Hollywood blockbusters in theaters. You can now experience the full force of the 3D World Created by Sony without leaving the comforts of your own home. The arrival of the 3D World Created by Sony is a knock-out experience that has gotten the seal of approval from the best pound-for-pound boxer alive today, Manny “PacMan” Pacquiao.
ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Stand at the Creative Helm of 3D Movies / Documentaries with Sony Handycam and BRAVIA
Last 2010, the world held their breaths for the monumental sporting spectacle that is the FIFA World Cup. And even more awe-inspiring was that it was captured in 3D, by none other than Sony. The matches’ greatest moments were immortalized in 3D footages best enjoyed on BRAVIA 3D.
Now, even your personal life can benefit from this revolutionary technology. Sony’s 3D Handycam camcorder, the TD10, is the world’s first 3D camcorder to record in “Double Full HD,” or 1920 x 1080 times two. The integrated dual lens system includes two of each key component – double Sony G Lenses, double “Exmor R” CMOS sensors, and double “BIONZ” image processors.
This yields the ability for 3D footage can be played back without glasses on the camcorder’s crisp Xtra Fine 3.5-inch touch screen LCD or with glasses on any 3D-capable HDTV, most dramatically on any 3D BRAVIA.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOWCONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
Click here to learn more about Sony's 3D Playstation 3.1 of 2 NEXT
Trending in Summit Network