3DTVThree Dimensional Television
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Nowadays, next generations of highly advanced multimedia video systems, such as 3D television (3DTV), 3D cinemas, and free viewpoint television (FTV), provide depth perception for the viewers [1, 2] on both large TV screens [3] and mobile phones [4] and allow free navigation within a real-world scene [5, 6].
VR will, perhaps, also inadvertently draw comparison with 3DTV; both share similarities, and differences, according to Wood.
It offers maximum performance and broadest capability in the industry on a single platform across all applications, from SD to HD, 1080p50/60, 3DTV and Ultra High Definition TV (UHDTV), and all codecs, including MPEG-2, MPEG-4 AVC and JPEG2000, with 4:2:0 and 4:2:2, 8-bit and 10-bit all supported.
All HDMI features are supported including 3DTV pass-through, 12 bit deep color, Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio.
The user can view any nVIDIA 3D Vision compliant games, movies and pictures as well as frame sequential content from a PC with appropriate nVIDIA 3DTV Play or nVIDIA 3D Vision compliant graphic card, by wearing a DLP 3D glasses.
New York (AirGuideBusiness - Business & Industry News) Wed, Feb 5, 2014 Some market observers have written off three-dimensional television, but there were many 3DTV models exhibited at the 2014 International CES last week and the technology is improving, David Cohen writes.
3DTV: Processing and Transmission of 3D video signals
The MVD (video + depth) model has become a research hotspot [2] of the stereo video capture in the 3DTV system.
Having established these links, in this article I wish to discuss 3DTV as a special effect, something sold as spectacular that must nevertheless negotiate a position between realism and spectacle and between visibility and invisibility in order to ensure its long-term survival.