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Panasonic unveiled the latest technology in 3D 1080p on a 100-inch plasma HDTV. According to Panasonic, the 3D innovation was demonstrated at CEATEC Japan 2008 using a Panasonic 100-inch plasma and a Blu-Ray player to deliver full 1080p HD video with separate views to each eye. The infinitesimal differences between the two video streams create the 3D effect in the brain. The Panasonic difference is the ability to create a sustained full high-definition experience. Viewers will need polarized glasses to get the full effect. The old multi-color 3D card board goggles are not necessary which is a good thing. googletag.cmd.push(function() googletag.display('div-gpt-ad-1449240174198-2'); ); According to Digital World Tokyo and, a reliable Panasonic source said, "Previous consumer 3D display systems have encountered many different problems, including reduced vertical resolution caused by a 3D display method that divides the scanning lines between the left and the right eyes, and picture quality degradation caused by pixel skipping." Panasonic has the distinct advantage in this area by putting all of the 3D hoopla on a single Blu-Ray disc.

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The 21st century may be remembered at the beginning of total immersion in film and cinematic expression. Blu-Ray 3D 1080p may be only the beginning of something truly spectacular in visual and audio entertainment for commercial home theater audiences. Citation:Panasonic Unveils 3D 1080p Plasma HDTV On Single Blu-Ray Disc At CEATEC Japan 2008 (2008, October 10)retrieved 2 April 2023from -10-panasonic-unveils-3d-1080p-plasma.html This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Explore further

The ability to accurately delineate flipper strokes from accelerometry data depends on how the raw data are processed. For example, the choice of the width of the running mean and the choice of a minimum number of points smaller than a local maxima to detect a peak in the data influences the overall estimate (Shepard et al., 2008a). Therefore, the influence of these two parameters on the overall estimate must be tested across a range of values. Here, we evaluate the best parameters for calculating stroke rate for otariids swimming underwater by observing and filming animals swimming in aquariums while wearing accelerometers.

We conducted experiments during October to December 2014 at two research facilities, Underwater World (Mooloolaba, Australia; RF2) and Taronga Zoo (Sydney, Australia; RF3), with three New Zealand fur seals (Arctocephalus forsteri), two Australian fur seals (Arctocephalus pusillus) and four Australian sea lions (Neophoca cinerea) that were on permanent display at their respective marine facilities. We conducted experiments in November and December 2015 at the University of British Columbia's Open Water Research Station (Port Moody, Canada; RF4) with four Steller sea lions (Eumetopias jubatus) housed for research (Table 1). All animals were nonreproductive during the study period and cared for under individual facility husbandry guidelines. All animals were assessed to be in good health and condition at the time of the experiments. Macquarie University ethics committee (ARA-2012_064) and Taronga Zoo ethics committee (4c/10/13) approved the experiments in Australia (the experiments were authorized under a New South Wales Office of Environment and Heritage Scientific Licence, SL100746). In Canada, handling and experimental procedures were in accordance with regulations of the Canadian Council on Animal Care (University of British Columbia animal use permit A11-0397), Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada (MML 2007-001) and the Vancouver Aquarium. 041b061a72


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