Sony OLED (AMOLED) TV wins top honors at CES 2011 with 24" OLED TV 3D TV
by Robert Wiley, editor
Sony showed an incredible glasses-free 3D OLED TV at CES 2011 which the editors of CEAG ranked as the top picture of the entire show. The AMOLED TV (active matrix organic light emitting diode) was displayed by itself and constantly had lots of people gawking at the picture. Though Sony did not announce a model number or ship date for the TV, the no glasses required 3D images were spectacular. And it showed more than one 3D video content source with scenes from a variety of 3D material thus showing its versatility and consistent picture quality with all sources.
The new OLED TV is not expected to ship any time soon and could be a one off. Sony representatives told us that this TV is a prototype, but what we have found in the past is that the TV technology that shows up with the best picture is the one that the consumer will eventually want and demand.
Viewing angles on the new Sony 3D Oled TV were also impressive. When I stood to the side I did not note any 3D separation to 3D (in other words, the image did not become blurred). However, it was only possible to stand at about a 15 degree off center angle due to the viewing booth setup.
The difference between this Sony OLED 3D TV glasses free and the introduced Toshiba glasses free 3D TVs was significant. Clearly the OLED has much superior resolution and technology for showing glasses free 3D images.
Sony OLED 3D TV