LG announced its new 3D TV with the world's largest screen

LG Electronics has announced mass production of its 3D TV with the world's largest screen. The production starts in the second half of 2012. The size of a new device is 84 inches (3840 x 2160 pixels), which is four times larger than Full HD resolution. Prior to this announcement such a record belonged to Samsung and its 75-inch TV, which appeared in May, 2011.

The TV from LG was named 3D Ultra Definition (UD) TV. It supports 3D Depth Control and 3D Sound Zooming which are responsible for manual adjustment of the stereo depth and create virtual sound. The conversion of 2D-video into 3D is another interesting feature of this device. Unusual remote control Magic Remote will also be attached to the TV. Due to it users can operate the device by gestures, voice, scroll wheel and cursor on the screen. Taking into account that the TV supports Smart TV (access to Web sites and applications), all these additional features can be very useful for the convenient device control.

3D Ultra Definition (UD) TV can be seen this year at CES (January, 10). The price and date of sale are still unknown.