Recent Posts tagged with RealD

What Will Be at NAB? Consider IBC

  Like every other NAB show, the upcoming 2016 one will likely have lots of innovations. One to which I’m looking forward is the new “autocolor” button on SoftPanels LED lights. Each can measure the ambient lighting and adjust its output to match, whether it’s an incandescent table lamp or daylight streaming in a window. I’m […]  More

The Bottom Line

  Like many other innovations, high-dynamic-range (HDR) imaging can bring benefits but will require work to implement. And then there’s the bottom line. HDR’s biggest benefit is that it offers the greatest perceptual image improvement per bit. Different researchers have independently verified the improvement, and it theoretically requires no increase in bit rate whatsoever.  In […]  More

Drinking from the Fire Hose

Disclosure: I work on the program of the annual HPA Tech Retreat and have received an honorarium for that work in the past. Just when you thought it was safe to ignore new technology for a while, it’s ba-a-a-ack: the HPA Tech Retreat, February 17-21 at the Hyatt Regency in Indian Wells, California (Palm Springs […]  More

Florida State Continues To See 3D Differently

In the ultra-competitive college-football landscape, it’s no secret that head coaches will look for a competitive advantage almost any way they can get it. Florida State’s Jimbo Fisher may have the most innovative edge in the game, and it’s hard to argue with the results: the Seminoles are 7-1 and ranked No. 11 in the […]  More

Next-Gen 3D Sets Could Solve Passive/Resolution Tradeoff

The debate over passive vs. active 3D glasses, and their respective tradeoffs, may be history sooner rather than later, according to Matt Cowan, chief scientific officer of RealD. Next-generation developments, he says, promise to combine the best of both worlds. During a presentation at the SMPTE 3D Conference in New York City last month, Cowan […]  More

3D Entertainment Summit Confirms Sports as Leading Catalyst for Accelerated 3D Acceptance

Mel Lambert, principal of, a Los Angeles-based consulting service, reports from the 3D Entertainment Summit, presented in association with Variety at Universal City, CA, Sept. 15-16. “The June launch of ESPN 3D was the turning point for 3D in the home,” said ESPN VP of Business Strategy and Development Bryan Burns during the third-annual […]  More

Miranda Licenses RealD Format for 3D Signal Processor

Miranda Technologies has licensed the stereoscopic RealD Format, from RealD Inc., to broaden the conversion capabilities of its Densité 3DX-3901 stereoscopic 3D signal processor module. “By adding RealD Format conversion to our 3DX-3901, the processor now offers the full breadth of stereoscopic 3D conversion capabilities”, says Jean-Marc d’Anjou, VP Infrastructure at Miranda. “It can now […]  More

XpanD Believes Active 3D Glasses Will Rule

With the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) officially over, the hard work of turning the 3D hype at the show into reality begins. Consumer displays will soon be hitting store shelves, and distributors like DirecTV and networks like ESPN and Discovery will deliver 3D content to homes by June. For consumers and even industry professionals interested […]  More

Panasonic Viera 3D Sets Rely on RealD Active Shutter 3D Glasses

Panasonic’s initial Full HD 3D televisions will ship in the Spring of 2010 with five models in the VT25 series. Panasonic’s Full HD 3D televisions provide full 1080p resolution to both the right and left eye, thereby giving the viewer the ultimate 3D entertainment experience. The VT25 series includes four screen sizes ranging from 50-inches […]  More

Samsung Partners with RealD for 3D TV

Samsung Electronics has agreed to use RealD’s 3D display technology in its TVs, marking the third consumer electronics company in less than a month to sign with RealD. Samsung, along with most major television manufacturers, is expected to make a major push in the coming months toward 3D technology.  More

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