IFA 2010 – BERLIN. Philips is set to launch the world’s first glasses-free 3D TV as early as 2013 and the company is showing a working prototype in Berlin. Also on display is the full HD 3D LED TV in the Cinema 21:9 Platinum Series.
IFA 2010 – BERLIN. Eurosport will broadcast the US Open tennis tournament in 3D for demonstrations at IFA. Using a feed on the Eutelsat Eurobird 9A satelltie, the US Open in 3D will be available on a dedicated 3D signal for an exclusive broadcast on Panasonic’s booth at IFA.
IFA 2010 – BERLIN. Broadcasters, platform operators, consumer manufacturers and other parties are showing connected hybrid devices at this year’s IFA in Berlin signaling new roads for television.
IFA 2010 – BERLIN. 3D TV is set to be one of the major attractions at this year’s IFA in Berlin, which will open its doors this Friday, September 3. SES Astra is broadcasting a daily report from the show in 3D.
IFA 2010 – BERLIN. Eric Schmidt, Google chairman of the board and CEO, will deliver the closing International Keynote on Tuesday, September 7 at the consumer electronics and home appliances tradeshow IFA in Berlin, which takes place September 3 – 8 at the Berlin Exhibition Site.
IFA 2010 – BERLIN. SES Astra will broadcast in 3D on their 3D demo channel from the IFA, the consumer electronics show to be held in Berlin from September 3 – 8. Reception of the demo channel on Astra’s 23.5 degrees East position is possible across Europe and free-to-air.
IFA 2010 – BERLIN. IFA International Keynotes at 50th IFA in Berlin are set to provide glimpse of life in the age of 3D and the networked home. This year, Europe’s biggest consumer electronics show takes place September 3 – 8 at the Berlin Exhibition Site.
All major German broadcasters will be showcasing a number of interactive HbbTV applications during this year’s consumer electronics show IFA in Berlin. Public broadcaster ARD has earmarked HbbTV as the main focus for this year’s event.
This year will see the 50th IFA Consumer Electronics Show in Berlin, Germany, with a wide range of innovations including 3D TV and eMedia.
As tens of thousands of consumers flock to the halls of the Messe Berlin for the consumer electronics show IFA, confusion still reigns about the future of digital television in Germany.