The multinational Dutch electronics company known as Philips is one of the largest and most popular electronics company in the world which employs a thousand of employees in more than sixty countries in 2010. Basically, Philips has started the business with simple carbon-filament lamps, but now it has grown into a fully established company that is dedicated to produce innovative electronic products through their insightful engineers.
However, for an unknown reason Philips has scaled down in innovating consumer electronics last year. It can only be noted that its latest release on major consumer electronics product is the Philips Cinema, an LCD display TV last 2009. The companies also have formerly produced televisions which are in 3D.
But surprisingly, four former engineers at Philips who are previously the proponents of the discontinued 3D TVs have founded a company called Dimenco. The founders of Dimenco claimed that they will become the leading 3D technology in the world, as they were been working together in the same passion for 3D technology. Since Philips discontinued the 3D venture, they are now using their expertise on functionality, industry and geographical reach on 3Ds.
This claim is made evident on their recent announcement of the 52″ Lenticular TV. This glasses-free TV is said to be commercialized by 2013. Apparently, this lenticular TV LCD is flowing as it produces illusion of depth. It also will immediately grab our attention with its out-of-screen 3D effects, which makes it more exciting.
Not to mention the price, I just wonder if ever we could get any discounts for these lenticular displays sometime soon.