3DFusion Debuts A Broadcast Ready, Glasses Free 3D Display

Posted: Feb 20 2009, 4:35am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:08pm CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

 

3DFusion debuts a Broadcast Ready, Glasses free 3D Display
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The 3D experience from Super Bowl 2009 did disappoint most viewers, but the current 3D technology is much further along than what these ColorCode glasses offer.
3DFusion is exhibiting an auto stereoscopic display at the Digital Signage Expo in Las Vegas next week that they say is broadcast ready.
Built upon the Philips 3D Solutions, 2D Plus Depth format, the 3DF IP enhances and augments the 3D advancements to the point of achieving the first 3D Broadcast Ready, picture perfect standard for stereoscopic Glasses Free 3D displays. 3DFusion has taken the newly released Philips 3D Solutions WOWvx Media Player and built a high quality 3D display system for kiosk use.
The 3DFusion Digital Signage Ad Net Kiosk and Turnkey platforms are compatible with existing Ad Net installations, performing within conventional 2D specification guidelines.
The 3DFusion platform seamlessly replaces 2D systems without additional bandwidth or installation requirements, and it automatically operates as either a 2D or 3D Display. Via the 3D Fusion site.

I rather would see this display in my living room, but the issue is not really technology anymore it is the missing 3D content.

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