Watching 3D Images
3D is a technology that displays images based on binocular disparity, giving the image depth.
  1. Play a 3D title or change to a programme that broadcasts 3D content.
  2. Wear a pair of 3D glasses.
  3. If you press the 3D button, the picture switches into 3D mode.
  4. While watching a 3D video, press the 3D button to stop the 3D video.
Depending on the input signal, the available 3D types may be different.
Caution When Watching 3D Video
It is recommended that you watch 3D videos at a distance of more than twice the diagonal length of the screen.
You cannot watch a 3D video properly with shutter-type glasses that need charging.
If 3D broadcasting that is not supported by this TV is adopted in the market, you may need to buy a device, such as a set-top box, to be able to watch the 3D broadcast.
Caution When Using 3D Video Glasses
Do not use 3D glasses as ordinary glasses, sunglasses or protective goggles. Doing so may cause injury.
Do not store 3D glasses in very hot or very cold conditions. Doing so may cause them to become distorted. Do not use distorted glasses.
Do not drop 3D glasses or allow them to come into contact with other objects. Doing so can cause damage to the product.
The lenses of 3D glasses (polarizing film) are easily scratched. Use a soft, clean cloth to clean them. Caution: Foreign particles on the cloth may cause scratches.
Do not scratch the surface of the 3D glasses' lenses with sharp objects or wipe them with chemicals. If the lenses are scratched, 3D images may not look normal.