The new YouTube TV service announced last year has just started. This is an Internet TV that provides users with access to many popular news and entertainment channels.
Google’s YouTube portal has long been involved in the launch of online TV and announced a new service called YouTube TV, which was officially launched last year.
For the time being, its availability is limited because it operates in only a few US cities, namely New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago and Philadelphia. Of course this is just the beginning, because the representatives of the portal ensure that over time, the service will be launched in other cities, and in the future will also be outside the US.
YouTube TV is an Internet TV that streams popular user device channels. There are channels such as ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, ESPN, Fox Sports Networks, Comcast SportsNet, and more. Their content can be viewed directly, and at the same time record any number of programs that will be available in the cloud.…
Toshiba is the first company in the world to announce the launch of 3D glasses that do not require glasses with diagonal screens above 40 “(102 cm).
At the consumer electronics show CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas (USA), Toshiba has announced the launch of 3D TVs with diagonal screens of more than 40 “(102 cm), which to achieve the 3D effect does not require glasses. In Europe, the first 3D glasses-free glasses will be available in the financial year 2011 (April 2011 – March 2012). The company presented prototype large diagonal screens at the CES – the world’s first 65 “(165 cm) and slightly smaller 56” (142 cm) TVs.
In the coming months, Toshiba will look at the needs of European consumers and then decide what diagonal screens are most desirable. Specific diagonal screen sizes and specifications for European 3D models specifications that do not require glasses have not yet been approved, “adds Sascha Lange.
Presented at CES in Las Vegas, prototypes feature an LCD panel backlit with LEDs of 4 096 x 2 160 pixels (4k2k). Toshiba utilizes an integrated vision system that simultaneously sends several images of parallax to the LCD screen, controlling and optimizing the light output and direction of the images so they are visible at a wide angle. See, even when you move your head while watching TV, you will not notice the drop in 3D image quality.…