NEC to Provide 3D TFT LCD Module Samples for EU’s “MOBILE3DTV” Terminal Prototype

6th February 2009
ES Admin
NEC LCD Technologies has announced that it will provide samples of its 3.1-inch-diagonal 3D polysilicon thin-film-transistor (TFT) liquid crystal display (LCD) module for the MOBILE3DTV terminal prototype. The MOBILE3DTV prototype will be on public display at the Mobile World Congress 2009 (MWC2009), the world’s largest mobile technologies-related event, in Barcelona February 16–19.
MOBILE3DTV is one of the projects funded by the Seventh Framework Programme of the European Community for research, technological development and demonstration activities (2007–2013) in the context of its Information & Communication Technologies (ICT) “Cooperation” theme. The three-year project began in January 2008 and aims to demonstrate the feasibility of mobile 3D TV broadcasting.

The MOBILE3DTV terminal prototype is being developed by a project consortium partner, MM Solutions AD, and shall be displayed at the Texas Instruments booth (Hall 8, Booth 8A 84), which provides the prototype’s CPU.

A sample of the 3.1-inch diagonal LCD module with wide quarter video graphics array (WQVGA) resolution and excellent 3D picture image for bare-eyes viewing will also be displayed in cooperation with NEC Electronics in the NEC booth (Hall 8, Booth 8A 125).

The MOBILE3DTV terminal prototype is being featured at MWC2009 to demonstrate real-time decoding and displaying of 3D video content. The 3D LCD module has been adopted because of its wide viewing areas and high-performance display which features high-resolution 3D images based on NEC LCD Technologies’ unique horizontal double-density pixel (HDDP) system.

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