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Westinghouse Plans Glasses Systems

Orange, Calif. – Westinghouse Digital said it will use International CES to unveil a prototype personal viewer glasses systems for 2D and 3D viewing.

The company, which will present its latest product lines in at the Las Vegas Hilton (HL-360), said the personal viewers will incorporate “a revolutionary new optic developed for the U.S. Military by Immersion Optics” featuring “the largest consumer field of view (FOV) ever produced.”

The lightweight glasses can be used to view material in either 2D or 3D.

The company is also scheduled to show new LED edge-lit LCD HDTVs with screen sizes ranging from 22 to 60 inches and featuring a connected version of its 46-inch LED LCD TV, including such Internet apps as Vudu, Netflix and more.

Westinghouse will unveil its new flagship LED LCD TV, with a 60-inch 1080p FullHD screen, 120Hz refresh clear motion refresh rate and a 6.5ms response time.