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Building on the popularity of 3D movies such as A Christmas Carol, Ice Age: The Dawn of the Dinasours, Monsters vs. Aliens and recently Avatar, which have been screened at cinemas using RealD’s 3D technology, and after the news of Blu-ray Disc Association’s finalization of the specifications of Blu-Ray 3D discs, it is now JVC-Kenwood’s turn to license 3D technology of RealD for integration into its LCD displays and other home electronics.

The announcement also comes after three days of Sony’s announcement of licensing RealD’s 3D technology for its Bravia brand TVs and other home entertainment devices.

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