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Pictures from CES 2006 (cont.)

Here's RCA's prototype player display in the HD-DVD booth.
Here's RCA's prototype player display in the HD-DVD booth.

And here's a closer look at the player itself.
And here's a closer look at the player itself.

Back on the Blu-ray side of things, Panasonic had a working BD-Java interactive demonstration featuring Fox's League of Extraordinary Gentlemen in their booth.
Back on the Blu-ray side of things, Panasonic had a working BD-Java interactive demonstration
featuring Fox's League of Extraordinary Gentlemen in their booth.


Here's a closer look at the screen While watching the movie, selecting the menu button on the player's remote brings up the BD-Java powered menu interface. The animation animation runs smoothly over the full motion film image.
Here's a closer look at the screen While watching the movie, selecting the menu button on the player's remote brings up the BD-Java powered menu interface. The animation animation runs smoothly over the full motion film image.

Panasonic had a simulated BD home theater environment on display...
Panasonic had a simulated BD home theater environment on display...

...along with the world's largest HD plasma display (the largest by one inch I'm told).
...along with the world's largest HD plasma display (the largest by one inch I'm told).

One inch or not, it's damned impressive. Don't even ask what it'll cost - it's not for sale yet (and they won't tell you anyway).
One inch or not, it's damned impressive. Don't even ask what it'll cost - it's not for sale yet
(and they won't tell you anyway).


Pioneer had a massive floor presence at CES, as usual...
Pioneer had a massive floor presence at CES, as usual...

...and they're quick to tout the glory of Blu-ray Disc over regular DVD. It's hard to see from this image, but the BD image clearly had superior resolution, color fidelity and contrast compared to regular DVD.
...and they're quick to tout the glory of Blu-ray Disc over regular DVD. It's hard to see
from this image, but the BD image clearly had superior resolution, color fidelity
and contrast compared to regular DVD.


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