Sony 3D TV
Sony launched their brand into the world of 3d TVs with their Bravia range in 2010. Using the Real D active shutter glasses to induce the 3d effect. The Bravia range has been noted for the crisp and clear images it presents, allowing pictures to jump out at you and provide a truly thrilling and immersive viewing experience. The range features TVs from the smaller 32″ displays through to the large 55″ screens which will bring the cinematic theatre experience home to your living room.
A whole range of added features come with the Bravia 3d range, including some innovative mechanisms to help make your viewing all the more pleasurable. A prime example of this is the picture adjustment technology, which means that sensor in the TV will detect the light settings in your room and adjust the picture accordingly to give the maximum effect.
Recently Sony brought out its glasses free 3d TV – only a prototype this demonstrated that the glasses free technology is nearly ready to be introduced into all 3d TVs.
Gaming with the Sony 3d TV Range
Gaming with the Sony 3d TV line is an experience in itself. With some really crisp images popping out of the screen and some excellent attention to detail, you will experience gameplay in a whole new manner. Sony have implemented the 3d element into many of its PS3 games, though some have complained of the need to wear 3d glasses the response has ultimately been a positive one – with rave reviews of the enhanced gaming that it brings.