The review, by David Birch-Jones, is of the JVC LT-46P510, the 46-inch model in the TeleDock line of LCD TVs, each of which features a built-in iPod dock. Following some adjustments of the default picture settings, the reviewer found that the set delivers “believable natural skin tones”, blacks that are “quite good” and a “very good rendition of shadow detail.” As for the iPod docking feature, Birch-Jones said, “Operation couldn’t be more straightforward.”
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WAYNE, NJ (March 15, 2010) – JVC Professional Products, division of JVC U.S.A., today announced that D’Ambra Technologies, a medical technology research firm based in Portland, Maine, is using the JVC GD-463D10U 46-inch 3D LCD HD monitor as part of a system that allows observers to watch surgical procedures in real-time 3D at Massachusetts General Hospital (Mass General) in Boston.
Established in 2004, D’Ambra Technologies develops imaging systems that bring the benefits of 3D technologies to the medical community. The company combines software and optical engineering with existing medical hardware to improve imaging for a variety of medical procedures.
“What we do better than anyone else is acquire, record, and display realistic medical 3D content independent of the source,” explained David Kaplan, M.D. at D’Ambra Technologies. “We are working to build a system which can model a real surgical field in real time 3D – and then allow virtual surgery to be performed on that virtual surgical field. Surgeons will be able perform a ‘practice operation’ before they cut anything on a patient.”
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JVC 2010 INTERNATIONAL CES PRESS KIT SUMMARY
Below is a list of press releases issued by JVC U.S.A. at the 2010 International Consumer Electronics Show, held in Las Vegas, January 7 – 10, 2010.
1. JVC Demonstrates 3-D Technologies At 2010 International CES
2. JVC Introduces IF-2D3D1 Stereoscopic Image Processor To Help 3D Content Creators Improve Workflow – Unit Offers Real-Time 2D-to-3D Conversion to Repurpose Archived Content, Also Serves as 3D L/R Mixer for Monitoring 3D Footage on Location
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New TeleDock® series offers JVC’s 120Hz Clear Motion Drive.
LAS VEGAS, January 7, 2010 – JVC TeleDock® LCD televisions, the first to offer an integrated iPod® dock, are all-new for 2010, adding iPhone support and 120Hz refresh rate for better picture quality.
The new three-model JVC TeleDock series is comprised of the 32-inch class LT-32P510 (31.5-inch diagonal), the 42-inch class LT-42P510 (42-inch diagonal) and the 46-inch class LT-46P510 (45.9-inch diagonal).
Each model includes a flip-down iPod dock at the base of the set, providing a direct connection for playback through the TV. Video files are easily played back on the television, music files can be played through the TV’s sound system with album art displayed on-screen, and photos stored on an iPod can be viewed on the TV. The docked iPod can be controlled from the TV’s remote, which includes a circular keypad with a control scheme that mimics the iPod’s control wheel. In addition, the iPod charges while docked whether the TV’s power is on or off.
When an iPod is docked, a menu appears on the TV screen. The 2010 TeleDock sets display a comprehensive iPod-like menu that allows selection of music or video playback and also supports music search. During video playback, low resolution files, such as internet videos, can be displayed in a small screen mode. Higher resolution video can be shown in nine aspect modes at full screen.
LAS VEGAS, January 7, 2010 – JVC is demonstrating an array of 3-D television technologies at the 2010 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which opens here today. Technologies on display include a 3-D LCD monitor already on the market, an ultra high resolution high definition 3-D demonstration and a processor for the professional market that converts 2-D content to 3-D.
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