Between 10 and 20 per cent of new televisions being made will be 3D ready by the end of 2011, according to the five key manufacturers of panels.
CMI – who specialise in active technology - are pushing for one in five of their panels to be 3D capable, while AUO are aiming for 10 per cent.
The more familiar names to consumers – Sharp, LG and Samsung – are all setting their targets at between the two.
The competition between passive and active shutter glasses is being seen within the industry as a battle which will ultimately drive prices down for the consumer.
With the amount of 3D content being produced increasingly hugely, the desire for a 3D television is clearly on the rise, despite some deep-seated doubts from consumers in the technology.
With the major television manufacturers all backing 3D, albeit with a split between active and passive, the technology is likely to become a familiar site in new televisions, in the same way as HD is now more often present than not in the latest screens.
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