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Samsung launches 3D video on demand for Internet TV range

Chris Jager (PC &Tech Authority)

June 3, 2011

3D Video on Demand

Samsung extends support to its 3D TV range with dedicated app, featuring 3D movie trailers, music videos, children’s classics and documentaries

The main issue facing 3D TV has always been a lack of content; especially if you don't own a 3D Blu Ray player. Samsung is looking to rectify this problem with the launch of a free 3D Video-On-Demand (VOD) service.

From 30 June 2011, the 3D VOD service will be available on selected 2011 Samsung Smart TVs in Australia. To access the free content, owners need to download the ‘Explore 3D’ application available on Samsung Apps.

“The launch of this free 3D VOD service adds to the variety of content already available and strengthens our commitment to Australian consumers in delivering the very best immersive entertainment experience,” said Brad Wright, National Sales and Product Marketing AV Manager for Samsung Electronics Australia.



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