Those Were the Days: The Advent of 3D Flat Screen TV

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Remember the days when the TV was a huge piece of furniture in the living-room? The family gathered around its 12″ black and white screen and watched whatever was offered on one of perhaps four channels. The picture was snowy and colorless. The sound, through the speakers mounted in the wooden cabinet below the screen, was adequate but tinny. But, watching TV was new and exciting and we did it as a family because there was one set and not much else to do.

In the fifty short years since that scenario technology has brought us ahead by leaps and bounds. Even twenty years ago we could not have predicted television watching of the 2000s. An example of what television has to offer the viewer of 2011 is Panasonic’s Viera 3D High Definition television (HDTV). It is a technological wonder. The picture is like looking through a picture window. The flat screen is lightweight and thin enough to mount on the wall. Visual images are lifelike, rich and colorful. The 24pixel technology produces natural looking video. The contrast settings make the picture easy to view in all light conditions. There is a setting for day and night time viewing.

Panasonic Viera 3D flat screen television is available in seven different sizes from 32 inches to 65 inches. 3D high definition is the sharpest ever available in large flat panel televisions. The sizes will accommodate capacious living spaces such as living rooms, bedrooms, and corporate offices. Panasonic’s vast selection is designed to accommodate the needs of the average consumer.

At just under a hundred and forty pounds for the 65-inch model-including stand-the Panasonic Viera 3D Flat Screen TV is the lightest on the market. The TV is easy to move and install whether on the stand or mounted on the wall.

The Panasonic Viera 3D Flat Screen TV has fast switching phosphors. This reduces after-glow and makes both 3D and 2D images clearer and crisper. Glare is reduced by an improved filter shape which creates greater contrast so blacks are deeper.

Super Resolution changes two dimensional images three-dimensional pictures which are natural and realistic. You can view movies, DVDs and TV shows in 3D.  Thanks to improved technology, plasma panels will last for a hundred thousand hours. This guarantees over thirty years of viewing. Viewers can expand programming through Internet capabilities.

Your Panasonic Viera 3D Flat Screen TV comes with 3D glasses. Through these glasses, viewers will be able to see 3D high definition pictures which are incredibly real. One viewer likened it to being on an actual plane, careening down a winding road in a sports car and swinging on ropes in the rain forest. Images flash at 120 frames a second. We’ve come a long way in TV viewing in the last fifty years. Who knows what the next fifty will bring?…

Electrical and Electronics Installers Job Description

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Working as an Electrical and Electronic Installer or Electronic Technician requires adept knowledge and skill in electronic technology as well as experience in the management and repair of various electronic devices and mechanisms. By understanding the skill and educational requirements to qualify for this position you can tailor fit your application to successfully qualify and get hired. Electronic Installers can expect a range of anywhere from the basic salary range to an increase of 30.00 per hour based on experience, skill and training as well as placement for the job. Working as an electronic technician requires certification and study from an accredited technical institution that provides learning courses for electronic technology and electrical engineering.

Electrical and Electronics Installers Job Description
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Working as an Electrical and Electronic Installer is a multi-facet job. You can be assigned in various fields and is often the kind of job that exposes you to different industries across the region. You can work as an independent contractor, set up your own electronics installation and repair shop or work for a company that specializes in electronics services. Most of the time, your work as an electronic installer is required for small businesses or companies that require an expert to come in and install multiple function systems, bulk electronics installations and industrial sites that require the expertise of an electronics consultant. Experienced and specialized electronic technicians work as laboratory technicians and study the effects of new technology electronics before they are released for consumer use.

As an electronic technician you can also provide instruction through the creation of repair manuals and installation guides that can be used by facilities and maintenance departments in a company or small business. You may also be hired to train facility personnel to perform basic electronics repair and troubleshooting for companies that opt to hire their in-house troubleshooting and repair staff.…