TWICE.com reports that Westinghouse Digital will use the 2011 CES as the venue to reveal a prototype of personal viewer glasses systems for 2D and 3D viewing.
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Westinghouse Digital will present these product lines which the company claims will incorporate a new optic that was developed for the U.S. military. The company goes on to claim that there has never been a consumer field of view larger than the one produced by this new optic.
The glasses can be used with 2D or 3D content.
Westinghouse Digital will also show its new models of edge-lit LED HDTVs, which range in screen size from 22 inches up to 60 inches. Also to be displayed will be a connected version of the company's 46-inch LED TV, which will demonstrate internet apps like VUDU and Netflix.
Also present for CES will be the company's new flagship LED HDTV, which has a 60-inch 1080p screen, 120Hz refresh rate, and 6.5ms response time.