3D is here. HDTV will never look the same.
Now you can truly immerse yourself in vibrant colors, stunning detail and amazing depth in Full HD.
Change the way you experience HDTV.
Have you ever been so immersed in what was on your TV, that you felt like you were actually there? That’s the feeling you get every time you experience 3D on a 3D Ready LG HDTV. The on-screen world literally comes to life with imagery you can reach out and touch, and depth that’s unmistakably real—all from the comfort of your living room couch. Find out more about 3D TV below.
Watch 3D today. Lots of it.
What can you watch on your 3D TV? The answer is quite a bit, plus more and more every day. Right now, you can enjoy 3D Blu-ray movies, 3D gaming and even select sports broadcast live in 3D. A variety of 3D TV channels are also planning to offer 3D-only programming in Full HD.
Enjoy 2D, too. Not ready for 3D TVyet? No problem. LG’s 3D Ready HDTVs still deliver extraordinary color and crisp detail in 2D. You’ll also enjoy a vast array of broadband entertainment like HD movies, HDTV shows and more—all on an incredibly thin TV. So, when you’re ready to experience 3D TV, you’ll be plenty prepared.
Everything you need
for the thrill of 3D.
3D Ready HDTV Our highly advanced LED technologies with Full HD 1080p picture will transport you to a 3D TV experience that you’ll never want to leave.
3D Blu-ray Disc player Perfect for not only watching all the latest 3D movies, but experiencing them in Full HD.
3D LG Glasses Our active shutter glasses bring your 3D Television experience to life and put you right into the middle of the action.
Here’s how it works.
Although 3D is a technological achievement, it’s actually just imitating reality. To see what we mean, close your left eye only, then just your right eye, always leaving the other open. Do this fast and you’ll notice that each eye has a distinct viewing angle. When combined (both eyes open), they create depth—three dimensional depth.
3D content puts the two viewing angles on screen, creating a blurred effect when viewed with the naked eye. When you put on your 3D glasses, images from each angle are sent from the TV to the appropriate lens (left angle is sent to the left lens) at a rate so fast, that your brain combines them into one view, creating the depth effect you experience in real life.
Seeing is believing.
We can go on and on about how amazing 3D looks and feels, but seeing it in person is the only way to truly do it justice.
For a small percentage of the population, the viewing of stereoscopic 3D video technology may cause discomfort such as headaches, dizziness or nausea. If you experience any symptoms, discontinue using the 3D functionality and contact your health care provider. 3D glasses required and sold separately.