14 April 2013 by Shifali Rao
LG has introduced passive 3D technology, the latest 3D technology present in theatres, in their TVs. Passive 3D uses polarized glasses, as opposed to conventional active 3D TVs which need active shutter glasses. The glasses are polarized to allow viewing of only a selected half of the pixels by each eye, creating two different perspectives for each, and consequently the feeling of depth. On the up side, LG's 3D system delivers 3D content which is flicker-free, eliminates motion blur and requires glasses which are not only inexpensive but also convenient to use, For instance, they don't require the use of batteries, precluding the hassle of charging them, and are light to wear. However, since you're only permitted to view half the pixels at any given time, it comes down to watching the 3D content at only half the resolution of the original content.
LG offers some of the best 3D TVs with LED as well as LCD backlighting, and plasma; with LED models being their flagship models. Conversion from 2D to 3D takes off at the tap of a button, so you can watch all your 2D content in a more lifelike fashion. While our listing for the best LG 3D tvs sports various models, true 3D as well as 3D ready, we recommend a few specifications: go in for a box that comes with the glasses, look out for a contrast ratio of at least 7,000,000:1 and a refresh rate of 240Hz, and you've got yourself a neat 3D television.