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3D displays on the rise ...



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September 2006

3D displays on the rise ... of heidi - 23 Sep 2006 10:22:00
Currently, even dissolve well known, the flat-screen television from the tube, and high resolution, it must of course be synonymous. And then? What is the next (continued) step that will move us to purchase a new TV? 3-D, say major Manufacturers such as Toshiba, Philips and Grundig, and so were at this year's IFA has some 3D-capable models to be admired. WOWvx called, for example, of the Philips-developed technology, with the autostereoscopic display is possible on a display (ie, it requires no 3D glasses). WOWvx builds on the lenticular method, eg for 3D cards are used is: The LCD is small with a thin layer coated lenses and the underlying pixels are split into sub-pixel. Sun can be answered at the same time easy to show pictures. The video data format, Philips' 2D-plus-depth "baptized, a special software for creating and converting the 3D data has also been developed. (Here At the SID 2006 Philips has 42-inch 1080p HD display crowned the 'Display of the Year' and more recently it is in a casino in the Netherlands in use. For such displays are ideal for advertising and video games, of course, but who knows? Maybe in a few years taught in the DV due to the great depth of feeling for lack of spatial depth on 3D ...




Antwort von Axel:

This could be really exciting. As this Bug-eyed technique that can be recorded when the position of each pixel on the Z-axis - huge amounts of data, of course. Then there is perhaps true 3D cameras.

The Phillips method described here is only an embarrassing gimmick. 3D by technical reproduction of stereoscopic perception is synonymous contribute at the highest resolutions always unrealistic. There is the IMAX film Everest with sensational sharpness, but without 3D. He looks better than all the IMAX 3D's, not least because not every picture obsessively comes along with this ridiculous foreground, middle, background design.




Antwort von okmax:

So I looked at the 3D displays last year at the SYSTEMS and I must say, not bad. The Philips panel is really just a modified plasma (or LCD?) With a "filter layer" for 8 sweet spot positions. The result is startling. The objects, animations are usually measured about 1m in front of the imaging plane. The stand supervisor told me that images would lead ahead of the plane but over a longer time to headache, because the brain is überanspucht. Better so he told me is the 3D display behind the picture plane, since it comes very close to a natural look, whereupon he showed me a display with Eyetrackingfunktion, recorded on which a Tretballspiel (with 2 staggered DV - was seen camcorders). Anyone who wants to get a sense only needs with a shoe box without a bottom view go to the football field, and thus the match. Something like that perceive what is happening on the diplay is.

PS: The next World Cup in 3D, each spectator in the stadium with Schuschachtel over his face. Is sure to look funny.






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