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Special Report

May 2010

3D TV Industry Trend and Market Forecast

SAM PLE

Displaybank Co., Ltd.
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Copyright 2010 Displaybank Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
Displaybank Co., Ltd. 2010, Confidential
1. Overview----------------------------------------------------2. 3D Industry and 3D Technology---------------------------
3. 3D TV, Broadcasting, and Standardization Trend-------- 24 4. 3D TV Technology Issue----------------------------------44 64
5. 3D TV Strategy by Major Maker---------------------------
6. 3D TV Market Analysis and Forecast (2009~2014) ----- 82 7. Conclusion--------------------------------------------------- 108

Index - Detail

1. Overview
1.1. Research Background 1.2. Research Methodology
2. 3D Industry and 3D Technology
2.1. History of 3D Technology Advancement 2.2. 3D Industry Trend 2.2.1. Background of 3D Industry Emergence 2.2.2. 3D Industry Field 2.2.3. 3D Industry Characteristic 2.2.4. 3D Industry Technology Tree 2.3. 3D Technology Overview 2.3.1. Principle of 3D Realization 2.3.2. 3D Display Technology Classification a. Overall b. Polarized Glass Type c. Shutter Glass Type e. Lenticular Type f. Parallax Barrier Type
3.5. 3D PDP TV vs. 3D LCD TV 3.6. 2D TV Brightness vs. 3D TV Brightness 3.7. 3D Broadcasting and Standardization Trend 3.7.1. History of 3D Broadcasting 3.7.2. 3D Broadcasting Service Status 3.7.3. 3D Broadcasting Technology 3.7.4. 3D Standardization Mechanism 3.7.5. 3D Standardization Contents
5.3. Partnership by 3D TV Maker 5.4. 3D TV Technology Type Positioning by Maker
6. 3D TV Market Analysis and Forecast (2009~2014)
6.1. 3D TV Market Analysis 6.1.1. Evolution of TV Industry 6.1.2. 3D as New TV Function 6.1.3. Initial Market Entrance of FHD & LED TV 6.1.4. Endeavor of Omnidirectional 3D Promotion and Content Expansion 6.1.5. 3D SWOT Analysis 6.1.6. 2010 TV Business Plan by Major TV Maker 6.2. 3D TV Market Forecast 6.2.1. Overall - 3D TV Market Size 6.2.2. Overall Overall TV Market Forecast 6.2.3. Overall 3D TV Market Forecast and Penetration Rate Forecast 6.2.4. 3D TV Market Forecast by LCD, PDP, OLED Device 6.2.5. 3D TV Market Forecast by Size 6.2.6. 3D TV Market Forecast by Region 6.2.7. 3D TV Market Forecast by Type 6.2.8. 3D LCD TV Market Forecast and Penetration Rate Forecast 6.2.9. 3D LCD TV Market Forecast by Size 6.2.10. 3D LCD TV Market Forecast by Region 6.2.11. 3D LCD TV Market Forecast by Type 6.2.12. 3D PDP TV Market Forecast and Penetration Rate Forecast 6.2.13. 3D PDP TV Market Forecast by Size 6.2.14. 3D PDP TV Market Forecast by Region 6.2.15. 3D PDP TV Market Forecast by Type 6.3. 3D TV Price Forecast
d. Comparison Between Polarized Glasses and Shutter Glasses Types
g. Comparison Between Lenticular and Parallax Barrier Types
4. 3D TV Technology Issue
4.1. Image Quality Issue 4.1.1. 2D/3D Transition Technology 4.1.2. 240Hz Drive Technology 4.1.3. Cross-talk 4.2. 3D Glasses 4.2.1. 3D Glasses Comparison 4.2.2. 3D Shutter Glasses Structure 4.2.3. 3D Shutter Glasses Operation Principle 4.2.4. 3D Shutter Glasses Specification 4.2.5. 3D Shutter Glasses Issue 4.3. 3D Polarization Filter 4.3.1. Micro Polarizer Structure 4.3.2. Micro Polarizer Manufacturing Method 4.3.3. X-pol Structure 4.3.4. X-pol Adhesion Technology 4.3.5. Polarization Filter Issue 4.4. LCD Panel 4.4.1. LCD TV Panel Technology Roadmap 4.4.2. 240Hz Panel Roadmap

3. 3D TV, Broadcasting, and Standardization Trend
3.1. History of 3D TV 3.1.1. Milestone 3.1.2. 3D TV Launch Trend by Year 3.2. 3D TV Launch Trend 3.2.1. 3D TV Launched in 2008 Samsung Electronics 3.2.2. 3D TV Launched 3.2.3. 3D TV Launched 3.2.4. 3D TV Launched 3.2.5. 3D TV Launched 3.2.6. 3D TV Launched 3.3. 3D TV Structure in in in in in 2010 Hyundai IT LG Electronics Samsung Electronics LG Electronics Panasonic
5. 3D TV Strategy by Major Maker
5.1. Overall 3D TV Line-up by TV Maker 5.2. 3D TV Line-up and Business Strategy by TV Maker 5.2.1. Samsung Electronics 5.2.2. LG Electronics 5.2.3. Sony 5.2.4. Panasonic

7. Conclusion

3.4. 2D TV vs. 3D TV Cost Analysis

Chapter 1. Overview

Displaybank Co., Ltd. 2010, Confidential 5

1.1. Research Background

Starting with the movie, Avatar, interests in 3D began to explosively increase. Accordingly, major TV makers endeavor to rapidly expand the 3D TV market. Samsung Electronics has launched the worlds first shutter glass type 240Hz 46 and 55 3D LED TVs in February 25. The company intends to lead the premium 3D TV market following the LED TV market. LG, Sony, and Panasonic also accelerate their product launches and the competition between 3D TV makers fully begins. Based on such trend, the year 2010 is expected to become the first year of 3D TV generalization which sells over 6 million 3D TVs. Upon the full market opening, Displaybank prepares a report under the title, 3D TV Industry Trend and Market Forecast which discusses the emergence background of 3D TV, issue, business strategy by major maker, and market forecast.

[Major Research Item]

- Analysis of 3D TV emergence background and growth factor - Professional analysis of 3D TV issue
- Expected 3D TV sales volume and business strategy of major TV makers - Mid to long-term 3D TV market forecast until 2014
This report intends to assist 3D TV related companies, new companies with interests in 3D business, and TV makers to forecast 3D industry and 3D TV market.
1.2. Research Methodology
Displaybank collects information at all times through various conference data, display industry related exhibition data, corporation result data and analysis data, press release data, and internet search. Through these information, Displaybank analyzes supply & demand, price trend, cost, and technology systematically. Displaybank is a market research company specialized in display and possesses a broad research range from materials and equipments to finished products including LCD panel, PDP panel, OLED panel, component, equipment, TV, monitor, NotePC, LED, PV, and secondary cell. It secures about 100 kinds of periodical reports regarding display related industries. Displaybank analyzes and forecasts market more organically and accurately through professional data and human network accumulated in various fields.

Definition of Scope

TV Industry and 3D TV Analysis

3D TV Issue Analysis

3D TV Business Strategy Analysis of Major Maker

3D TV Forecast

In particular, this report proceeds with mid to long-term 3D TV market forecast based on the analysis of the emergence background of 3D TV in the TV industry, 3D TV issue, and 3D TV business strategies of major TV makers.
Chapter 2. 3D Industry and 3D Technology
2.1. History of 3D Technology Advancement 2.2. 3D Industry Trend
2.2.1. Background of 3D Industry Emergence 2.2.2. 3D Industry Field 2.2.3. 3D Industry Characteristic 2.2.4. 3D Industry Technology Tree 2.3. 3D Technology Overview 2.3.1. Principle of 3D Realization 2.3.2. 3D Display Technology Classification a. Overall b. Polarized Glass Type c. Shutter Glass Type d. Comparison Between Polarized Glasses and Shutter Glasses Types e. Lenticular Type f. Parallax Barrier Type g. Comparison Between Lenticular and Parallax Barrier Types
Displaybank Co., Ltd. 2010, Confidential 8
2.1. History of 3D Technology Advancement
3D technology has been advancing in 60-year intervals during the past 170 years
The 3D technology has been blooming in 60-year intervals during the past 170 years. The first peak came in 1890 when the 3D movie technology was invented and the second peak was in 1950s with the 3D movie production boom. In 1890, which was the first peak of the industry, the 3D movie technology was invented, but the 3D had failed in commercialization. In 1950s, which was the second peak, the industry had failed in resolving the visual fatigue issue despite the 3D movie production boom. Instead, the emergence of black and white TV drew peoples attention. The present time is faced with the third peak of the industry due to generalization of 3D TV which brings the 3D industry to homes as the 3D movies became big hits along with advancements of 3D technology.
Anaglyph (1891) 1st 3D Movie (1903) Integral Photography (1908) Parallax Barrier Lenticular (1915)
2nd 3D Movie Boom (Analog Film Movie) 1950s
3D-Ready DLP/PDP TV (2006) 3D-Ready LCD TV Digital Stereo Camera 3D Mobile Phone 3D Blu-ray Solution 3D Broadcasting 3rd Digital 3D Movie Boom

Wheatstone stereoscope

Prism Stereoscope (Brewster)
Digital Holography (1989)

60years

2.2. 3D Industry Trend
2.2.1. Background of 3D Industry Emergence 3D Movie Boom
rapidly growing global 3D industry
Interests in 3D heightens across the globe due to the movie, Avatar. Avatar has set a phenomenal record of No. 1 box office in North America, No.1 box office in the world, No.1 box office in Japan, China, and the U.S. for 8 consecutive weeks, and exceeding 13 million viewers in Korea. Such success of Avatar not only suggested the achievement of a single movie, but introduced a new trend to the 3D image industry, a new image industry.

the history of movie will be divided into pre- and postAvatar
make 2010 World Cup more exciting
2.3. 3D Technology Overview
2.3.1. Principle of 3D Realization
physiological factors of 3D recognition: binocular parallax, motion parallax, convergence, accommodation
3D displays are produced by using various factors of human sensation. Humans stereoscopic recognition involves physiological and psychological factors. Physiological factors are the ones that give a sense of depth through an actual and physical stimulation. Humans optic nerves or eye muscles are physically stimulated. These factors include a binocular parallax, motion parallax, convergence, and accommodation. Binocular Parallax
The binocular parallax occurs due to 65mm distance between two eyes of human. It occurs because the two eyes view slightly different images when looking at the same object due to the distance. Images from left and right eyes are delivered to the brain through optic nerves. Then, the brain recognizes the parallax through homologous point analysis and it recognizes the depth.
Motion Parallax The motion parallax occurs due to relative movement of observer and object. The sense of depth is gained when the observer moves as objects in front appears to move faster. In addition, the 3D effect is gained as the image view by the observer differs per location.

Convergence

Accommodation
The convergence is a recognition of depth through rotation angle of two eyes that gaze at a single object.
The accommodation is a recognition of depth through adjustment of lens focus of a single eye.
2.3.2. 3D Display Technology Classification

a. Overall

The 3D display realization method is classified based on image recognition method, viewpoint, and glass application. The glass type is divided into a polarized glass type and shutter glass type, whereas the no glass type is includes a lenticular lens type and parallax barrier type. In addition, an integral photography, holography, and volumetric display fall under the no glass type, but they are currently being tested.

3D Effect

True 3D Display
Realization Method Glass Application Left & Right Image Display Method Space Division Stereoscopic Glass Type Time Division Space Division Auto-Stereoscopic No Glass Type Time Division Volumetric Type Holography No Glass Type
3D Technology 3D Only 2D/3D Conversion Polarized Glass Type

Shutter Glass Type

Parallax Barrier Lenticular Lens
Switchable Barrier Switchable Lens

Real 3D Display

Chapter 3. 3D TV, Broadcasting, and Standardization Trend
3.1. History of 3D TV 3.1.1. Milestone 3.1.2. 3D TV Launch Trend by Year
3.2.2. 3D TV Launched in 2008 Hyundai IT 3.2.3. 3D TV Launched in 2009 LG Electronics 3.2.5. 3D TV Launched in 2010 LG Electronics 3.2.6. 3D TV Launched in 2010 Panasonic 3.3. 3D TV Structure 3.4. 2D TV vs. 3D TV Cost Analysis 3.5. 3D PDP TV vs. 3D LCD TV 3.6. 2D TV Brightness vs. 3D TV Brightness 3.7.1. History of 3D Broadcasting 3.7.2. 3D Broadcasting Service Status 3.7.3. 3D Broadcasting Technology 3.7.4. 3D Standardization Mechanism 3.7.5. 3D Standardization Contents 3.7. 3D Broadcasting and Standardization Trend

3.2. 3D TV Launch Trend

3.2.1. 3D TV Launched in 2008 Samsung Electronics
3.2.4. 3D TV Launched in 2010 Samsung Electronics

3.1. History of 3D TV

3.1.1. Milestone
In 2010, 3D TV market is expected to be fully created
In order to discuss the history of 3D TV, we will take a look at the big flow since 2008 first.

Hyundai IT

Polarized Glass Type
47, 55 LED TV 40/50 PDP TV 46,55 LED TV 2008 2009

32,46 LCD TV

47 LCD TV

50,54 PDP TV

In 2008, Samsung has launched a shutter glass type 3D PDP TV. In the shutter glass type, a cross-talk effect, of which left and right eye images are superposed upon a slow frame transition speed, occurs. At this time, PDPs MPRT (Motion Picture Response Time) was less than 3ms and LCDs MPRT was about 16ms. It was easier to realize the 3D with PDP TV so the 3D TV was launched in PDP TV. Hyundai IT has launched a polarized glass type 46 3D TV targeting Japan market. At this time, Hyundai IT has secured a monopoly supply to BS11. In 2009, LG Electronics also launched a polarized glass type 47 3D LCD TV. As the 3D TV drew huge attention in 2010, Samsung Electronics, LG Electronics, and Panasonic launch shutter glass type 3D TVs one after another and the 3D TV market competition becomes intensified.

3.2.1. 3D TV Launched in 2008 Samsung Electronics PAVV Cannes PDP 3D TV A450
Samsung Electronics has realized the industrys first 1 million : 1 contrast ratio and launched 42 and 50 3D Ready TVs, PAVV Cannes 450, which enables 3D contents such as 3D games and movies in February 2008. The 3D Ready PDP TV applied a black panel and cell light control, which display deep black color, to realize a mega contrast ratio. The TV was also installed with an image quality improving chip, DNIe+ (Digital Natural Image engine +) and focused on displaying clearer image quality.
in 2008 3D Ready PDP Cannes A450 launch
Model Type Screen Size Resolution Contrast Ratio Connection Terminal Content Size Weight Product Price
[3D Ready PDP TV Analysis Launched in 2008 Samsung Electronics Cannes A450] PN42A450P1D 42 Shutter Glass Type HD (1366768) 60Hz 1 million :1 PN50A450P1D 50

HD (1024768) 60Hz

Three HDMI 1.3 terminal employment Singed supply contract with Electronic Arts 105566894mm 27Kg KRW 1.75M 123175695mm 35Kg KRW 2.5M
* Product price is based on launch price
As of Q110, the edge type LED LCD TV (2D TV0 cost composition is explored to find the 46 2D TVs material cost is

Product

Frame rate LCD Module

Tuner (Combo)

Video Processor Other Circuit Circuit sum

120Hz 2D TV

[2D TV vs. 3D TV Cost Analysis 46 & 55] 46" LED TV (Edge) 240Hz 3D TV 55" LED TV (Edge) 120Hz 2D TV 240Hz 3D TV

Audio Processor

Mechanical sum etc. (CKD Pack + Tax + Freight + Loss + H/C) Material cost Manufacturing O/H Total Manufacturing Cost Additional Cost
3.6. 2D TV Brightness vs. 3D TV Brightness
The brightness and resolution of polarized glass type and shutter glass type 3D TV and 3D TV were compared. The polarized glass type installs a polarization filter in front of a panel that its brightness compared to 2D shutter glass
2D 3D . 3D . 3D TV .
Brightness % (Based on Shutter Type 2D) Resolution
Polarized Glass 3D 2D 3D/Glasses
brightness measurement instrument (Minoltas product) Displaybank Co., Ltd. 2010, Confidential
Shutter Glass 3D 3D/Glasses
Measurement Condition: measured with maximum brightness in darkroom in 50 cm distance through
The 3D TVs resolution decreases by when transitioned from 2D to 3D for polarized glass type. The 2D/3D resolution is the same for shutter glass type.
3.7. 3D Broadcasting and Standardization Trend
3.7.1. History of 3D Broadcasting
in 1953, the U.S. begins the worlds first 3D TV broadcast
The words first trial 3D broadcast was carried out in the U.S. in 1953. At this time, the 3D movie boom had just begun and the broadcast was simply a experiment. The first 3D commercial broadcast was done in 1980 through Select TV. The history of 3D broadcast is summarized in the following: 1953 U.S. begins the worlds first trial 3D TV broadcast 1980 LA-based Select TV carried out the worlds first broadcast - image quality was inferior (red-blue type or time-multiplex type was used) 1990s - new hope for 3D Television - transition from Analog to Digital TV service - International standards, MPEG: MPEG-2 MVP (Multi-view Profile) standard completion LED LCD TV By Low Power RGB LED 1998 Japan-based NHK developed 3D HDTV transmission system (broadcasted Nagano Winter Olympics) 2002 - ETRI developed 3D HDTV transmission system (broadcasted FIFA World Cup) 2007 Japan-based BS11 satellite TV began commercial 3D TV broadcasts (1hr/day) 2008 - BskyB proceeded with trial3DTV broadcasts and developed 3D transmission technology (prepares for 2012 London Olympics opening broadcasts) 2009 at KCAT 2009, ETRI demonstrates 3D signal transmission and compression technology 2010 KCC begins trial 3DTV service (scheduled) - plans for World Cup South Africa broadcasts 2012 plans for London Olympics opening 3D broadcasts

1980 worlds first 3D TV broadcast L.A-based Select TV
1953 worlds first trial 3D TV broadcast U.S.
2008 Trial sports broadcast England-based BSkyB
2010~ World Cup South Africa broadcast Japan-based Sony
Chapter 4. 3D TV Technology Issue
4.1. Image Quality Issue 4.1.1. 2D/3D Transition Technology 4.1.2. 240Hz Drive Technology 4.1.3. Cross-talk
4.2. 3D Glasses 4.2.1. 3D Glasses Comparison 4.2.2. 3D Shutter Glasses Structure 4.2.3. 3D Shutter Glasses Operation Principle 4.2.4. 3D Shutter Glasses Specification 4.2.5. 3D Shutter Glasses Issue 4.3.1. Micro Polarizer Structure 4.3.3. X-pol Structure 4.3.4. X-pol Adhesion Technology 4.3.5. Polarization Filter Issue 4.4. LCD Panel 4.4.1. LCD TV Panel Technology Roadmap 4.4.2. 240Hz Panel Roadmap 4.3. 3D Polarization Filter 4.3.2. Micro Polarizer Manufacturing Method
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4.1. Image Quality Issue

4.1.1. 2D/3D Transition Technology
In order to supplement deficient 3D contents form the initial 3D TV launch, a compatibility with the conventional 2D image is needed. The 2D/3D transition technology extracts characteristics of 2D image and analyzes them to produce 3D images. There are two methods of 2D/3D transition technology. One is to manually give 3D effects to individual images and realize them through SW. The other is to realize the transition from 2D to 3D with a single chip.
2D/3D Transition Technology

2D/3D S/W

2D to 3D Off-line Converter <Company>
2D to 3D Stereoscopic Image Processor

2D/3D Chip

2D to 3D LIKE (2.5D) Real Time Converter <Company>
Chapter 5. 3D TV Strategy By Major Maker
5.1. Overall 3D TV Line-up by TV Maker
5.2.1. Samsung Electronics 5.2.2. LG Electronics 5.2.3. Sony 5.2.4. Panasonic 5.3. Partnership by 3D TV Maker 5.4. 3D TV Technology Type Positioning by TV Maker
5.2. 2010 3D TV Line-up and Business Strategy by TV Maker
As the 3D TV rises in the TV Set market, 2010 products are fully launched. Samsung Electronics and LG Electronics actively began t3D LCD TV sales, whereas Panasonic plans to launch 3D PDP TVs in April. Sony is expected to launch 3D 240Hz LED TVs in the market after June. In particular, the number of Samsungs 3D TV line-up is the largest of all and the company is predicted to lead the 2010 3D TV market based on various products including LED, LCD, and PDP. In addition, the edge type LED 3D TV, rather than the direct type, is expected to lead the market for a while.

Device LED TV LCD TV PDP TV LED TV PDP TV LED TV PDP TV
[2010 3D TV Line-Up by Maker]
Type 54 Edge Edge Direct Edge Direct

(No. of Model) Total

5.2.1. Samsung Electronics
In February 25, Samsung Electronics has launched shutter glass type 240Hz 46 and 55 3D LED TVs. The company began a full marketing in North America and Europe markets in March. 50 and 63 3D PDP TVs, 3D LCD TV, and 3D LED TV 9000 series are scheduled for launch during 1H10. Following the 2009 LED TV, Samsung Electronics is expected to strengthen the 3D TV marketing in 2010. As the company launched the LED TV in 2009, Samsung Electronics has brought the LED as a new TV trend and further enhanced the brand power. In 2010, the company focuses the marketing in the LED 3D in order to create a new trend by combining the 3D with LED. Of TV makers, Samsung Electronics is the only one that added the LCD 3D TV to line-up through low to medium price premium strategy along with distributed 3D market pioneering. Device Series Size 46" 55" 46" 55" 60" 65" 46" 55" 60" 65" 46" 55" 50" 58" 63" 50" 58" 63" Key Feature
C9000 C8000 LED TV C7000 LCD TV C750 C8000 PDP TV C7000
Super Slim(7.98mm), Premium RCU
240Hz/3D+enhanced Picture Quality

240Hz/3D

240Hz/3D/CCFL 3D, Titanium Bezel

3D, Super-Slim

High C9000 (Edge, Slim) 46, 55 FHD, 240Hz Super Slim(7.98mm), Premium RCU LED TV Product Level C8000 (Edge, Slim) 46, 55, 60, 65 FHD, 240Hz Enhanced Picture Quality LED 3D TV
C7000 (Edge, Slim, 4 Bars) 46, 55, 60, 65 FHD, 240Hz C750 46, 55 FHD, 240Hz CCFL C8000 50, 58, 63 FHD, 680Hz Titanium Bezel C7000 50, 58, 63 FHD, 680Hz Super-Slim

LCD TV

PDP 3D TV plans for launch.
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PDP TV Low

Chapter 6. 3D TV Market Analysis and Forecast (2009~2014)
6.1. 3D TV Market Analysis 6.1.1. Evolution of TV Industry 6.1.2. 3D as New TV Function 6.2. 3D TV Market Forecast
6.1.3. Initial Market Entrance of FHD & LED TV
6.1.4. Endeavor of Omnidirectional 3D Promotion and Content Expansion 6.1.5. 3D SWOT Analysis 6.1.6. 2010 TV Business Plan by Major TV Maker
6.2.1. Overall - 3D TV Market Size 6.2.2. Overall Overall TV Market Forecast 6.2.3. Overall 3D TV Market Forecast and Penetration Rate Forecast 6.2.4. 3D TV Market Forecast by LCD, PDP, OLED Device 6.2.5. 3D TV Market Forecast by Size 6.2.6. 3D TV Market Forecast by Region 6.2.7. 3D TV Market Forecast by Type 6.2.8. 3D LCD TV Market Forecast and Penetration Rate Forecast 6.2.9. 3D LCD TV Market Forecast by Size 6.2.10. 3D LCD TV Market Forecast by Region 6.2.11. 3D LCD TV Market Forecast by Type 6.2.12. 3D PDP TV Market Forecast and Penetration Rate Forecast 6.2.13. 3D PDP TV Market Forecast by Size 6.2.14. 3D PDP TV Market Forecast by Region 6.2.15. 3D PDP TV Market Forecast by Type

6.3. 3D TV Price Forecast
6.2. 3D TV Market Forecast
6.2.2. Overall Overall TV Market Forecast
2010 global TV market is expected to reach 223 million units
The global TV market is expected to grow from 207 million units in 2009 to 223 million units in 2010 and show CAGR 7.5%. For the TV market, which is expected to show negative growths after 2012, to grow again, demands must be created and new products must be launched.
300.0 250.0 200.0 150.0 100.0 50.0 0.0 WW TV Total Annual Growth (% )

200,000

40% 35% 30% 25% 20% 15% 10% 5% 0% -5%

160,000

<Mil.Unit>

<M il.US$>

120,000

80,000

40,000

-10% -15%

2009 207.4 3.1%

2010 223.0 7.5%

2011 234.5 5.2%

2012 245.6 4.7%

2013 257.9 5.0%

2014 267.0 3.5%

WW TV Total

2009 109,872 11.3%

2010 139,964 27.4%

2011 163,126 16.5%

2012 167,646 2.8%

2013 157,568 -6.0%

2014 141,963 -9.9%

Annual Growth (%)

(Source: Displaybank Report Worldwide TV Shipment Analysis, Q110) Displaybank Co., Ltd. 2010, Confidential 26
6.2.3. Overall 3D TV Market Forecast and Penetration Rate Forecast Unit Based
3D TV is expected to record 6.2 million units in 2010 and 83 million units in 2014
In the 2010 3D TV market, most major TV makers are expected to launch 3D TVs as they secure 3D TV line-ups. The 3D TV is expected to record 6.2 million shipment units which is 3% of overall TV market. If the popularity of 3D TV continues on, the 3D TV is expected to surpass 33 million units in 2012 to account for 13% of the overall market and exceed 83 million units in 2014 to account for about 31% of overall TV market.
2009 0.0 207.4 0% 2010 6.2 223.0 3% 2011 15.8 234.5 7% 2012 33.0 245.6 13% 2013 59.3 257.9 23% 2014 83.6 267.0 31%

100% 80% 60% 40% 20% 0%

3D TV Total WW TV 3D Portion (WW TV)

Chapter 7. Conclusion

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End of Report

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