The CES 2009 features several new 3D ready HDTVs that join the ones already available on the market and even projectors. The only problem is that there is almost no 3D content to be enjoyed at home.
Next3D announced plans to change all this and by launching a 3D video distribution service on the Xbox 360 and PC starting this Spring.
Next3D content is encoded with a tool that allows it to be viewed in full stereoscopic 3D 1080P high-definition. Like YouTube, Next3D will offer user-created content channels for stereo enthusiasts to post and share 3D video and still images.
Premium, pay-to-view content channels will also be available by mid-year. Initial Next3D content providers include rights holders to 3D IMAX films, theatrical 3D films, and movie trailers.
The Next3D Movie Player will be free to consumers on every platform.
Next3D produces tools, applications and services for professional and consumer stereoscopic production and consumption. The founders, David Cole and D.J. Roller have substantial expertise and experience in theatrical 3D films, 3D IMAX films, broadcast television, 3D virtual reality rides, stereoscopic gaming hardware, camera and stereo workflow design, and end-to-end digital delivery.
Via the Next3D site.
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