Panasonic takes 3DTV on tour across UK


panasonic3d.jpgPanasonic clearly thinks it is on to a winner with 3DTV. The company, which of all the big consumer electronics brands seems to have invested the most in the format, now wants to hammer that message home to UK consumers. So it is embarking on a UK tour to show people in 10 English towns what 3D TV is capable of.

Apparently a trio of mobile Full HD 3D theatres will visit shopping centres to preview Panny’s Neo PDP Full HD TV technology 3D content but also to show what the new breed of Viera Cast sets are capable of.

The roadshow’s itinerary includes…

Grand Designs, NEC Birmingham, (October 9-11); The Bull Ring, Birmingham (15-18); The Trafford Centre, Manchester (22-25); Cabot Circus, Bristol (29-November 1; Bluewater, Kent (Nov 5-8); Centre MK, Milton Keynes (12-15); Gatwick North (19-22); Lakeside, Kent (26-29); Metro Centre, Newcastle (December 3-6); and Westfield, London (8-13).

There’s a good round up on 3DTV and what Sky intends to do with it here

More info here

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