DLP® Projectors to be Utilized for 3-D HD Finals Viewing Party for Cavalier’s Fans
Cleveland Cavaliers Fans Will Experience the Next Best Thing to Being at the Game with Special 3-D Viewing Event
Dallas, TX – Texas Instruments (TI) (NYSE: TXN) will score a major assist at The Finals by providing their DLP projectors for the “Cavaliers 3-D HD Experience” presented by FSN Ohio, the first-ever live game of The Finals in 3-D HD. The Game 2 Watch Party featuring the Cleveland Cavaliers and San Antonio Spurs will be available free to fans at Cleveland’s Quicken Loans Arena live through an immersive and lifelike 3-D experience. The 3-D HD quality viewing experience, created by large venue DLP projectors on to multiple screens in the arena, will be the next best thing to actually being at the away game in San Antonio.
As many as 14,000 fans are expected to turn out for the event and don special high tech 3-D glasses to watch the game on four gigantic screens, each 40 feet by 23 feet set up at the arena while cheering for their team and watching the action live in stunning 3-D HD.
“Viewing sports in 3-D powered by DLP technology is a truly exciting experience for the fans,” said Doug Darrow, brand and marketing manager for DLP Products. “In sports arenas, movie theatres, and at home, TI DLP Products is leading the industry in delivering the very best in 3-D HD viewing quality.”
“We’re excited to bring such a unique 3-D experience to our loyal fans,” said Kerry Bubolz Executive Vice President, Corporate Sales & Broadcasting. “By featuring projectors powered by DLP technology, we’re bringing the best 3-D picture on the big screen to immerse our fans in the action so it will feel as if they are at the game.”
The extremely fast response and refresh rate of the DLP chip allows multiple images to be projected to the eye, which through cooperation with special 3-D viewing glasses are seen as stunning, immersive 3-D images.
DLP technology is at the forefront of a growing trend toward 3-D experiences. As the leader in digital cinema, DLP Cinema®’s projection technology is helping to drive the next generation of 3-D content and alternative viewing such as this final game. There are currently 4,650 DLP Cinema® screens worldwide of which 702 are 3-D capable. The 3-D viewing experience has been enthusiastically embraced by consumers with the rise of new 3-D movies and sports content. DLP technology can also deliver a 3-D experience in the home with the 3D-ready Samsung DLP HDTVs that are currently available at consumer electronics retailers.
Sunday’s game will give fans a taste of the experience that is headed to DLP HDTVs in the near future and a lucky Cavaliers fans will win cutting-edge Samsung 46” DLP Slim HDTVs that will be awarded as prizes during the event.
For more information on DLP technology, customer products or to find a DLP Cinema theatre near you, visit www.dlpcinema.com.
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