Wednesday, January 12, 2011

3D HDTV technology is promising and threatening normal HDTV

While it is generally accepted that high-definition television is the TV technology of the future, there is a more advanced technology on the horizon that could Eclipse! This technology is 3D HDTV.

It has an image resolution that is set similar to the resolution of an HDTV, but is also able to produce images in three dimensions. In fact, these devices can give the viewer the impression, surrounded by images. ToThe expert, who lived together in a demonstration with a prototype of this type of HDTV One butterflies and flowers with which to fly out the window at him for a very realistic!

Of course, technology is the 3D video is not really something new. In fact, 3D movies were popular decades ago, but had the disadvantage that viewers wear special glasses with polarized lenses to give the illusion of a three-dimensionalImage. The technology is based on different 3D HDTV. An HDTV monitor actually shows 3D images from different angles. So easily connect different images in each case, the eye of the beholder and to provide the illusion of depth. The most diverse corners of an image that shows the television, the more realistic three-dimensional.

Of course the 3D HDTV technology is not without problems. On the one hand, the creation of a TVScreen, the different angles of the same image at one time during the screening, you may see in different directions-is a great result. One thing that increases the complexity of this problem is the fact that the apparent angle of the image that the television can be displayed is the realistic effect. This is especially true when people move on screen. The angle of less different, the image is displayed, the more likely the picture will appear jerky to somebodybeyond the TV screen. With only a couple of different angles, the viewer is less likely to catch them while you watch and screen.

Fortunately, the latest models of these sentences are capable of viewing angle in an appropriate manner their images in a fairly realistic effect under a variety of conditions to do. This is particularly important because of the fact that 3D HDTV 's all in traffic led to a potential opportunity for companies to attract customers' attentionpublic spaces.

While there are the displays are functional prototypes of 3D HDTV, are extremely expensive cost of more than twenty thousand dollars for the production of one! Although this seems like a lot, is the enthusiasm of early adopters expect to lower prices quickly to the point where they could be widely available and affordable, usually within a few years.

During this period, the biggest problem may be searching for content on these sets is shown. While it maySomewhat surprisingly, we have already made progress on this front. For example, Steven Spielberg is working on a film in 3D, as James Cameron. There is a software developed, has the promise of converting two-dimensional HDTV programs in three dimensions.

This attractive HDTV technology may become obsolete as it seems to be accessible from the ground.

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