See, it doesn't have to be extremely complex
If you've been casually following the 3D transition, it may seem like all peaches and roses. But the reality is there are a whole lot of 3D formats and it can be confusing to figure them out. Thank goodness for companies like Sensio.
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Unless you're a 3D analyst or you work for a company in the business, you've probably never heard of Sensio. But they've heard of you. They're the ones behind the scenes trying to make the technology easier for everyone to use.
The latest creation is Sensio Autodetect, which can automatically detect (see what they did there?) what kind of video content is being displayed. Whether it's 2D, Sensio's own Hi-Fi 3D format, or a side-by-side/top-and-bottom 3D resolution, Autodetect knows.
It's being implemented into both back-end equipment, like video processing devices, as well as consumer technology like Blu-ray players and audio/video receivers. If your product doesn't have Sensio Autodetect, it's up to you to know what format you're watching and making sure you have the correct set-up for it.
This innovation comes as companies are finding more and more 3D formats. It started out simply, as though there wouldn't be any sort of format war. But once something starts getting big, everyone wants a piece of the action, and then divergence is inevitable.
Sensio acknowledges that and is just trying to keep everything as cohesive as possible.
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"With Sensio Autodetect incorporated into 3D display systems, neither 3D content providers nor consumers will face issues associated with configuration of input and output formats. This feature is yet another SENSIO solution that enhances the user experience while contributing to the success of our technology partners," said Sesnio president Nicholas Routhier in a statement.