Global electronics giant LG has launched a new LED TV that brings the 3D experience into the home.
The LX9500 boasts 1,200 semiconductor light sources in its 55-inch model. It will also include built-in video calling facility with an optional camera as well as web connectivity.
HDTVorg.co.uk reports that both the 55-inch and 47-inch models that LG is releasing this spring come with active shutter technology, which will be compatible with new 3D channels such as UK broadcaster Sky's offering which begins in April.
LG's new models will initially be available in Korea before going on sale in key markets such as Europe and North America in May, Gizmag states.
A number of major global broadcasters have responded to the development LED 3D TVs by offering services for global football fans.
Sony has won the rights to film every match at the FIFA World Cup, which starts in June, in 3D, while ESPN will screen 25 matches from the tournament using the new technology.