• Follow Us :

*1: As of June 9, 2010. According to a Panasonic survey.
*2: An optional 3D IR Transmitter and 3D Eyewear is required for viewing 3D images.

A Massive 152-inch Screen

Equivalent to nine 50-inch screens, this huge display immerses the viewer in lifelike images. It lets you show even large products with life-seize views that are so real, you feel like you're looking at the actual product.



4K2K Resolution
Detailed, High-Quality Images with Rich Textures

This is world's first development for a self-illuminating display. Ultrahigh-speed drive technology featuring super-high efficiency technology, witch was made possible by the self-illuminating plasma displays, produces approximately 4 times the amount of information (4,096 × 2,160 pixels) of a full-HD panel (1,920 ×1,080 pixels).



Aspect Ratio 17:9
The TH-152UX1 has an aspect ratio of 17:9, which complies with the DCI standard for digital cinema. The wide screen is suitable not only for digital signage but also in various other display applications.

The 4K2K display faithfully express bright, highly detailed content that fills the entire screen with lifelike images, even when watched from a relatively close viewing distance of 1.5 times the screen height.

When viewing 3D images, you should watch from a distance that is at least three times the screen's height. (Recommended viewing distance: 5.4 meters or more)



FULL HD Signals for Each Eye — Frame Sequential Technology

The technology in which the left-eye and right-eye 3D images are sent to the viewer is the key to 3D image quality. For this, FULL HD 3D uses something called the Frame Sequential technology. The left and right images are alternately displayed at high speed (60 frames per second for each eye x 2 = 120 frames per second*). When viewed with special glasses that open and close shutters in sync with the displayed frames, the brain creates the sensation of depth from the visual disparity to form 3D images.
Compatible with Various 3D Imaging Methods
In addition to the Frame Sequential method, Panasonic professional FULL HD 3D plasma displays are compatible with both the Side-by-Side and Top-and-Bottom methods.

*The frame rate varies depending on the 3D image signal being reproduced. For example, 3D images are reproduced at 120 fps (frames per second) for a 60 Hz input signal, and 100 fps for a 50 Hz input signal.

•An optional 3D IR Transmitter and 3D Eyewear is required for viewing 3D images.
•Someone in authority should responsibly convey the precautions for use of the 3D Eyewear to the user.
•In the event that you experience dizziness, nausea, or other discomfort while viewing 3D images discontinue use and rest your eyes.
•Parents/guardians should monitor children's viewing habits to avoid their prolonged use without rest periods.



Ultra-High-Speed Drive Technology Achieves Clear 3D with Minimal Double Image




3D images require a display speed of 120 frames per second (fps), which is twice the ordinary speed. A panel with slow response simply cannot keep up with the necessary image processing. As a result, a double image will appear when the images for the left and right eyes overlap on the screen (also called crosstalk). In addition to new short-decay-time phosphors that reduce the afterglow time to 1/3, and a new luminous control, high-precision Motion Vector Prediction function on the VX200 Series helps to achieve highly precise illumination. Ultra-high speed drive technology, which shortens the luminous time to 1/4 compared to previous models, also minimizes double image even on large screens to produce clear and detailed 3D images.





High-Speed Illumination Achieved with High-Precision Motion Vector Prediction




The VX200 Series features the world's first* high-precision Motion Vector Prediction function. Its precise luminous control predicts front/back movement as well as left/right and diagonal movement to increase the drive speed and produce clear 3D images even on a large screen.

*According to a Panasonic survey, as of June 9, 2010, for a FULL HD 3D-compatible flat-panel display.





Newly Developed Fast-Decay Phosphors are Used for the Red and Green Phosphors




This reduces the afterimage time to 1/3 that of conventional phosphors while simultaneously expanding the scope of color reproduction. As a result, brighter, sharper images are produced for 3D content.





Product Category
Brand Name
Download Now !!
Cataloge Spec Files
Comment Now Send Enquery
Our Realated Sites

Join Us