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VIERA Connect cloud-based Internet services, which were well received at IFA, and the Room Jump Link (DLNA) demonstration booth were set up at the AV Network Zone. At the FULL HD 3D corner, which showcased the world's largest 152-inch plasma display in the center of the stage, various presentations were given using dynamic FULL HD 3D images.
Period: October 4 (Tue) - October 8 (Sat), 2011
Venue: Makuhari Messe (Chiba, Japan)
Number of Exhibiting Companies: 586
VIERA Connect, which is already a familiar system in Europe and the United States, was introduced at the AV Network Zone. The service had just begun in Japan on October 4, 2011, and a large crowd of people in front of the display watched and experienced the operating ease and applications with the demo devices on display.
Following their introduction in Europe and the United States, applications such as video-on-demand (VOD), live entertainment, lifestyle information, electronic books and pamphlets, communication, and games will be offered to users in Japan. The number of applications is scheduled to increase greatly in the near future.
This corner introduced Room Jump Link (DLNA). This function uses an optional wireless LAN network to allow TV programs that were recorded onto a Blu-ray Disc™ recorder to be viewed in the living room, bedroom, home office, children's room, etc., without having to use any bothersome cables.
The FULL HD 3D corner attracted lots of attention. Various 3D presentations were given at the stage, showing everything from professional image production sites to household 3D imaging devices.
Professional 3D broadcasting devices and household 3D devices were also introduced at the FULL HD 3D corner.
Following on the heels of IFA 2011, Panasonic conducted a live stream broadcast from its booth.
We hope you enjoyed yourself! Panasonic will continue to offer an eco-friendly and comfortable Smart AV Life centered around TV. Please look forward to a lot more new ideas to come!
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