Advanced Television

IFA: Ultra-D advanced glasses-free 3D TVs

August 31, 2012

At the IFA 2012 show, Stream TV Networks has unveiled its 2160p 3D TV without glasses – dubbed the Ultra-D 2160p.

Instead of tricking the human mind into perceiving 3D through two slightly offset (left and right) images, Ultra-D utilises an optical system and a complex software algorithm to visually render this separation to achieve more realistic 3D visuals.

The first Ultra-D product to be commercially launched will be a 42-inch LED TV with a full-HD resolution. It will be bundled with a SeeCube media box that provides all the necessary video conversion for existing content.

By the first quarter of 2013, another 46- and 50-inch (and over) versions of the full-HD model will be available. This will be followed by a 60-inch 4K model, which is due Q2 2013.

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