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3D TV and the Future
The dazzling 3D realism of the sci -fi world depicted in Avatar was a memory that will stay with me for a long time. The depth and added dimension that 3D which made you feel like you’re part of the on-screen action, and made characters seem more real. A good 3D movie is a mind blowing experience and Avatar was just that on the big screen.
Avatar Trailer in HD
3D TV is going to be a viable option in the near future. Prices for 3D TVs are going to come down rapidly and moving forward, the technology will just be a standard part of television sets. Digital TV has corrected a lot of problems in terms of production and distribution of 3-D content.
3-D is an enhancement and when a filmmaker decides that it adds to the experience. He will use it not just for children and horror movies which are the easiest ones to use it on but even romance and comedies will have 3d experience added to them.
Upcoming Movies in 3D
- Kung Fu Panda 2
- Justin Bieber Never Say Never
- Cabin In The Woods
- Tron Legacy
- Gulliver’s Travels
Television manufacturers are viewing these developments as the next big thing for the industry, and expect it to boost sales and interest as much as color TVs did to black and white entertainment decades ago.
You’re going to see more competition and prices coming down and see refinements in how the glasses work and probably improvements in the technology in the glasses. A possibility of 3D without glasses within five years.
3d TV Without Glasses
The new process for 3D in the cinema uses a special screen and polarized glasses. In this system images for the left and right eye are rapidly alternated, and the glasses pick up the appropriate image for each eye. A similar technique has now been introduced for high definition LCD televisions by LG Electronics in South Korea and Hyundai in Japan. The system, known as X-Pol, projects the different images in the even and odd horizontal lines of the video, and the polarized glasses sort it all out for the viewer.Separate images for the left and right eyes are recorded with full-HD quality and alternately played at high speed. By watching these images through special LCD glasses that are timed to open and close the right and left lenses in synchronization with the alternating images, the viewer is treated to exciting 3D realism.
Left Right Eye Explained
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