Welcome to the Era of 3D Home Theater
100-in screen and true 3D thrill – The real movie theater experience at home
The HC9000D uses an advanced frame sequencing method to reproduce 3D images. Normal frame sequencing reproduces 120 frames per second; 60 each for the left and right eyes alternately. However, the advanced reflective full-high-definition SXRD™ panels of the HC9000D make it possible to reproduce 240 frames per second, twice that of the conventional method. Along with the high-speed reproduction of images, the open time of the shutters in the special active-shutter glasses is synchronized to ensure that images for the left and right eyes are not mixed. Crosstalk, a phenomenon common in the reproduction of 3D images to date, has been reduced a minimum, realizing amazingly detailed, high-definition 3D images that are so real you'll think you can reach out and touch them.
The use of 3D content is spreading and applications are becoming more diversified. Following these ongoing advancements closely, in addition to introducing the new frame packing method, Mitsubishi Electric has incorporated a side-by-side projection function currently being used for 3D television broadcasts, and plans to introduce a function to support top-and-bottom projection. The ability to switch between projection formats ensures compatibility with the various 3D contents being made available.
The shutter glasses design features not only the use of a lightweight resin frame, but also a specially curved form for the temple section that sits on the ear and an ergonomic bridge to fit this nose comfortably. These efforts ensure that the glasses are easy to wear and use, and prevent them from shifting out of position or becoming annoying when worn for a long period of time. For people who wear prescription glasses, needless to say, these active-shutter glasses can be used comfortably together with them without any adjustment. Additionally, to ensure maximum 3D-setting flexibility, a function for adjusting image brightness has been incorporated.