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Monday, June 23, 2008
Mitsubishi Demonstrates 3D Solution for the Home


Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America, Inc. today announced a new relationship with NVIDIA and Aspen Media Products, LLC, to provide 3D solutions for the home entertainment market.

For the first time, 3D content will become available to the consumer at home in one convenient package.

For years, NVIDIA's GeForce FX Go series of graphics processing units have delivered 3D imagery primarily for the PC Gamer. Its GeForce 3D stereoscopic technology is a driver for Windows Vista, which renders two views for stereoscopic display systems to show depth with Microsoft DirectX games. The 3D stereoscopic driver is compatible with all GeForce 7 series and higher GPUs, which in turn are compatible with Mitsubishi's 3D-ready Home Theater TVs.

"The Aspen Media Server has delivered on-demand music, movies and other entertainment programming to the home since its introduction. Now with the increased production of 3D content such as movies, live events, concerts and sports, the Aspen Media server provides an ideal platform to deliver the latest in 3D entertainment technology to the consumer," said John Oliver, chief executive officer, Aspen Media Products.

Mitsubishi's entire product line of Home Theater TVs feature 3D-ready technology. The company's product line includes three new 73" models along with 60" and 65" sizes -- all featuring thinner frames, increased brightness and 3D-ready capability.


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