Here's the first piece of news I've come across which talks about Sharp's 3D TV plans:
"At CES in January, while major TV manufacturers like LG, Panasonic, Samsung and Sony were showing off new 3D HDTV displays, Sharp trumpeted a new series of 2D models. Now arriving in Canada under the sub-brand "Quattron," the new LED-edgelit LCD TVs add yellow sub-pixels to the customary mixture of red, green and blue. This expands the colour gamut from billions to trillions of colours, Sharp says. During demonstrations at CES, the benefits of Sharp's Quattron deign were clearly visible, not just in yellows but in greens and blues as well.
Now Sharp says it will apply Quattron technology to 3D models, which it plans to launch in Japan this summer. The fast response of the scanning LED backlight minimizes crosstalk between left- and right-eye images (a problem that can cause ghosting), Sharp says. And the addition of yellow sub-pixels contributes to a brighter picture.
Chris Matto, Senior Brand Manager for Sharp Electronics of Canada Inc., says Sharp will begin rolling out 3D HDTV in other markets within months of the Japanese launch. The company will deliver 3D HDTV in Canada before the end of 2010, Matto told Marketnews."