3DFusion Exhibits Glasses-Free 3D TV At NAB 2011

Posted: Apr 14 2011, 1:35pm CDT | by , Updated: Apr 14 2011, 8:31pm CDT, in News | Home Entertainment


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3DFusion to Unveil Live Camera 3D Without Glasses in the 3ALITY Pavilion at N.A.B. in Las Vegas.

3DFusion will exhibit their glasses-free 3DTV at the NAB 2011 with a live feed of a 3D broadcast captured right there at the NAB 2011. The setup uses the 3ALITY Digital 3D camera array capturing a live Basketball play on the basketball court constructed outside of Central Hall at NAB.

3DFusion’s 3DTV solution is based on a marriage between depth mapping Math algorithms and classical stereoscopic left / right 3D data, the 3DFusion PC driven 3DTV platform is the first ASD 3DTV system to demonstrate and address all of the fundamental requirements of the broadcast television industry.
The 3DFMax 3DTV technology is supposed to be as easy on the eyes as watching today's 2D TV images. 3D depth can be adjusted by the user in real-time while viewing (Nintendo 3DS has a similar option).

3DFusion has developed a 42-inch glasses-free display. There is no pricing information or release date available yet. Clearly 3D TVs that do not require glasses is what consumers want. If 3DFusion has the right technology to reach the mass market in the future remains to be seen. See also he 3DFusion site.

The 2011 NAB Show is currently underway in Las Vegas.

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