TDVision has demonstrated its 1080p HD 3D content for visitors at an international film festival in Mexico showing off the future of in-home 3D content. The content was encoded using TDVision's TDVCodec format that is 3D/2D and MPEG complaint.
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The solution provides for 3D content and is fully 2D backwards compatible. The demo shown used a 3D compatible TV from Mitsubishi, a compatible 3D Blu-ray disc with the content driven from a Wintel PC.
"As the home theater market continues to flourish and the cinema space continues to embrace 3D, it is clear that this technology will be the next in-demand feature on home theater products," said David Naranjo, director of product development at Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America. "3D in the home is becoming an exciting reality and Mitsubishi's energy-efficient 3D-ready Home Theater TVs will play a key role in allowing consumers to enjoy 3D movies and gaming. Consumer demand for 3D-capable HDTVs and content will only increase in 2009 and beyond. The industry can expect Mitsubishi to keep pace with this increased demand while at the same time making enhancements to our 3D-ready Home Theater TVs for 2009-2010", he continued.
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