Amimon Shows Off Wireless 3D Video Streaming

Posted: Jul 27 2010, 11:48am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 12 2010, 12:40am CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

 
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3D video and games are a big deal right now. It hasn't been too long since we gained the ability to stream wireless HD video around a house cutting the wires to and from our DVRs and set top boxes. A company called Amimon has now demonstrated the same wireless streaming of 3D video.

The company streamed 3D HD video using a wireless high definition interface in the 5GHz band. The system is able to stream 3D video at a frame rate of 24fps. The company plans to make adapters that allow users to stream content from 3D Blu-ray players to TVs.

The prototype system shown off has a board for transmitting signals and one for received the. The source is connected to the wireless board that transmits via HDMI. Both of the boards use the Amimon digital baseband chip and RF transceiver chip.

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