In the past, 3D display technologies required cumbersome headgear/glasses, expensive technology to drive 3D monitor interface, a high cost of 3D content capture and creation. The content produced video artifacts which caused eye strain and headaches.
A very limited availability and expense of the 3D TV hardware had led to a relative lack of high quality 3D content, which in turn had resulted in a very limited availability of 3D content capture and processing tools.
Since the advent of the 3D movie, Avatar, in December 2009, and its billion-dollar 60-day gross, the consumer market for 3D TV has made a 180-degree turn, and currently a large number of major manufacturers are introducing 3D TV with glasses for the home consumer. These products are currently meeting with mixed reviews since the impact of glasses usage is being questioned as a result of the “harmful” side effects and overall comfort issues.
The 3DFusion glasses-free 3D TV platform encompasses and solves for the first time all historical 3D display issues by marrying computer processing with classical stereo 3D. This is the first market-ready 3D video package requiring no glasses or headgear, free of all viewing restrictions and video artifacts such as ghosting, double images, and “sweet spots”. It can be viewed for hours without causing eyestrain, dizziness, or headaches previously associated with 3D.
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