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Panasonic to use Winter Olympics to promote 3D

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 25 Nov 2009 12:46 User comments (1)

Panasonic to use Winter Olympics to promote 3D Panasonic, the official audio/visual sponsor of the 2010 Winter Olympics, will use the giant event to promote its upcoming line of advanced 3D products, says VB.
Vancouver's David Lam Park will be home to a ‘Panasonic Full HD 3D Theater Pavilion,’ in which the company will offer a plethora of products for demo, such as 3D TVs and 3D Blu-ray Disc players.

VB adds: "Leading up the Olympics, Panasonic is offering consumers a chance to win a trip to the games through an online contest. The company is profiling various athletes working to secure a spot at the Games at the Web site [ link ] and is encouraging people to comment on their progress. One of the fan bloggers will score a free Olympics trip."

Panasonic also noted that the Winter Olympics will be the first "HD Winter Games," with all video shot and distributed in HD.

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127.11.2009 11:48

Lots of 3D developments lately. Hopefully we get something that resembles 3D more than it resembles a headache.

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