STREAM TV NETWORKS, INC. PREPARES TO LAUNCH
GROUNDBREAKING 3D WITHOUT GLASSES PRODUCT LINE AT CES 2012
Proprietary Ultra-DTM technology surpasses all available 3D viewing experiences
December 21, 2011 (Philadelphia, PA) – Stream TV Networks, Inc. announced today that it will unveil its new Ultra-DTM technology at CES 2012. Ultra-D is a next generation 3D without glasses display technology that surpasses all 3D viewing experiences offered to date.
Developed by Stream TV Networks, Inc., the producer of the eLocity brand of mobile tablets launched first in 2010, the Ultra-D technology is strictly proprietary and leverages custom hardware, middleware techniques and software algorithms to create unprecedentedautostereoscopic 3D imagery. This technology will provide consumers with access tounlimited 3D content by enabling real-time conversion of:
The Ultra-D technology thus supports the immediate adoption of 3D consumer hardware despite limited availability of 3D content. Real-time conversion of 2D to 3D and 3D with glasses to 3D without glasses works seamlessly with various content formats including Blu-ray, DVD, PC gaming, Internet, cable and satellite content.
Another key differentiator of the Ultra-D technology enables customization of the 3D effect to address individual differences in spatial perception and the varying impact of 3D rendering on viewer comfort. The technology allows users to increase or decrease the real-time 3D rendering effect, adjusting for variance in content quality and source as well as personal preference so that consumers can use all Ultra-D products to achieve the optimal 3D picture every time.
“We are extremely proud of what we have been able to accomplish with our Ultra-D technology. It is capable of creating a significant shift in the way people view media, comparable to the transition from black and white to color TV,” said Mathu Rajan, CEO of Stream TV Networks, Inc. “Our ultimate goal was to create a solution that addresses existing concerns impeding the adoption of 3D—consumer aversion to expensive glasses, viewer discomfort, variance in individual vision and preference and the slow creation of 3D content. It seemed we were aiming for the impossible but we’ve made it possible and will be sharing these hard-won achievements with consumers in 2012. Ultra-D is the next generation 3D technology designed to replace 3D with glasses and win preference over 2D devices.”
The Ultra-D brand includes 3D-enabling products in the following categories:
More information on the Ultra-D product line will become available for the first time to members of the press at the Ultra-D Launch Press Conference at 8:30 am on January 9, 2012 at CES 2012. Additional demos can be scheduled by appointment at Stream TV Networks, Inc.’s CES booth #14815 in the Central Hall of LVCC during the tradeshow.
Stream TV’s mission is to bring to market innovative products featuring state-of-the-art technology designed to enhance consumer experience and simplify their digital lifestyle. Its line of consumer products stands to take the media viewing experience to new levels through high end displays and graphics technologies.
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ABOUT STREAM TV NETWORKS, INC:
Stream TV Networks, Inc. is a Philadelphia-based new media company founded in 2009 to serve a consumer market seeking enhanced entertainment and communications experiences through superior quality devices with unlimited accessibility. Through its brands, Stream TV Networks, Inc. intends to reshape the current media landscape by releasing computer-enabled devices that create an environment where on-demand access to content is available anytime and anywhere, where interactive user feedback is standard, and where creative participation and community formation around media content is nurtured. The company’s mission is to redefine “new media” so that it reaches its true dynamic potential and real-time interactive relationship with the media consumer.
Saturday, December 31, 2011
Francesco Pessolano, manager of Imec's NVision program, shows off a prototype of a holographic display built with standard semiconductor processes. Pessolano suspects detailed 3-D video displays can be made by moving reflective microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) structures up and down like microscopic pistons.
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New BBC White Paper reveals research into holographic displays, 3D holoscopy for the Internet, new spatial sound systems, laser based glasses free 3D screens for multiple viewers and 3D video for mobile.
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Wednesday, December 28, 2011
Date: Wed, Dec 28, 2011 at 11:49 PM
Subject: AppleInsider | Apple wants to offer television subscribers customized channel lineups
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The features of product is:dealing with fuzzy image.
1. Video reinforced function designed for dealing with fuzzy image caused by rain, fog, dust, snow, hail, underwater and other environment elements.
2. World pioneer real time self-adapting defog function. If the fuzzy scene is detected, this function will be started automatically to adjust image quality, restore to original contrast and resolution, and do not need manual operation.
3. Adjust image dark part’s brightness to promote visibility in backlight scene automatically.
4. Full automatical real time self-adapting adjustment, no delay image, no frame reduce, good chroma and resolution.
5. Reduce the image noise at low illumination effectively.
6. Compared to tranditional 2D/3D de-noise function, it can keep better resolution and reduce the image hangover effection.
12/21/2011 STREAM TV NETWORKS, INC. PREPARES TO LAUNCH GROUNDBREAKING 3D WITHOUT GLASSES PRODUCT LINE AT CES 2012posted Dec 27, 2011 9:25 AM by Esther Koo [ updated Dec 27, 2011 9:29 AM ]
Tuesday, December 27, 2011
The 3D VIVANT project, is supported by the European Commission through the Information & Communication Technologies programme under FP7 and brings togethernine participants from academia and industry.
3D VIVANT is to advance the current existing technologies for capture and manipulation of 3D content and to provide a new 3D content format. To that effect 3D VIVANT proposes to use advanced 3D Holoscopic imaging methodology, which uses the principle of “Fly’s eye” and hence allows natural viewing of objects (i.e. fatigue free viewing). 3D Holoscopic content is captured using an array of microlenses in a single aperture camera setup and hence conventional live capture and display procedures can be adopted. The 3D Holoscopic content can be captured both in real-time and be computer generated. It is expressive and immersive as 3D objects can exist in space in front or behind the display screen hence making 3D Holoscopic content a more realistic representation of real physical objects. It allows segmentation of objects for the purpose of search, retrieval and mixing and it can be seen as a high form of content from which lower forms of content, such as stereoscopic and 2D video can be extracted and viewed on devices of appropriate capability.
Monday, December 26, 2011
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In what may be a preview of our future gaming living rooms, Sony has released a series of artistically genius videos displaying what a truly immersive living room might look like in the future.
The series of immersive videos called "Great films fill rooms" are designed to promotePlayStation's video store. The videos show the video viewer being transported into virtual versions of the movies Tron, Transformers, and Pirates of the Caribbean, all with amazingly effects, but no post-production special effects. Some of the effects were accomplished by attaching the PlayStation Move motion-sensing game controller to the camera. You can check out the full set of the incredible videos below.
Sharp is sporting an 85-inch 8K4K display at IFA 2011, but don't expect market saturation until after 2020.