UltimateAV Mag: "The Society for Information Display (SID) hosts an annual conference called DisplayWeek, during which the latest display technologies are unveiled, often long before they become available in actual products. At this year's show in Seattle, Washington, several 3D-related announcements have already been made, and it's only the first day.
The biggest 3D news—both figuratively and literally—came from LG Display, which supplies flat-panel modules to LG Electronics and other manufacturers, which incorporate them into finished products. At DisplayWeek 2010, the company introduced the world's largest 3D flat panel TV, measuring 84 inches diagonally. Not only that, its resolution is 3840x2160, four times that of conventional HDTV. The press release doesn't say if this behemoth uses passive or active glasses."