3D IN THE NEWS

 

ESPN 3D tests 2D to 3D Conversion for MLS Coverage

ESPN 3D to air eight MLS telecasts this season with 2D to 3D conversion technology. The conversion is done in ESPN’s headquarters and allows additional volume to their 3D programming whilst being economically prudent. – March 2013

 

For more information:

http://sportsvideo.org/main/blog/2013/03/15/espn-3d-tests-2d-to-3d-conversion-for-mls-coverage/

 

SterGen’s solution: With SterGen’s live 2D to 3D conversion, broadcasters can add a large amount of new and exciting high quality sports content.

For more information: http://www.stergen.tv/products/the-technology/

 

 

New Glasses Free TV Screens Displayed at IBC.

James Cameron impressed by the new auto-stereoscopic TV screens displayed at IBC. Once glasses free 3D technology advances we can expect to “see an avalanche of 3D production”, he stated. – Sept 17, 2012

 

For more information: http://www.3dfocus.co.uk/glasses-free-3d-2/glasses-free-3d-demo-re-motivates-james-cameron/10541

 

 

SterGen’s solution: With SterGen’s live 2D to 3D conversion, broadcasters can add a large amount of new and exciting high quality sports content.

For more information: http://www.stergen.tv/products/the-technology/

 

 

 

Vince Pace excited about the integration of 3D, autostereoscopic  displays and 4K.

” It provides an enhanced experience for the viewer and make good business sense…4K creates an opportunity for 3D to achieve a more realistic experience for the viewer.” – May 2013

 

For more information:

http://3droundabout.com/2013/05/10076/a-4k-stereoscopic-future.html?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=3Droundabout+newsletter%3A+24+May+2013&utm_source=YMLP&utm_term=Vince-Pace-75×75.jpg

 

Amazon Making Smartphone With 3D Screen

The 3D device is said to use a new retina-tracking technology to present a holographic image that’s viewable without glasses – April 2013

 

For more information:

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887324744104578473081373377170.html

 

 

Survey says: Consumers want more 3D content. Park Associates study found that 49% want more 3DTV program options. One of the analysts stated “Prices are still too high, and the amount of content is still too low” to explain why there is low adoption in the US. - May 17, 2012

For more information on the survey: www.parksassociates.com

 

SterGen’s solution: With SterGen’s 2D to 3D live conversion broadcasters can add a large amount of quality sports content at lower costs.

For more information: http://www.stergen.tv/products/the-technology/

 

James Cameron, director of Avatar and Titanic: The future of 3D will be defined by TV. He adds that the next step will be to watch 3D on glasses free tablets. - April 20th, 2012

For the full interview: http://techcrunch.com/2012/04/20/james-cameron-the-future-of-3d-will-be-defined-by-tv/

 

SterGen’s solution: SterGen offers multi-screen support. From the same 2D HD input, SterGen can send different outputs with different 3D effects according to the screen size.

For more information: http://www.stergen.tv/products/multi-screen-delivery/

 

 

 

Volker Weicker, Football Director: The production of a 3D football game costs 100,000 Euro. He adds that shooting in native 3D can be a complex and complicated process. – April 2, 2012

For the full interview: http://www.sponsors.de/

 

 

SterGen’s solution: SterGen’s 2D to 3D sports conversion cuts the costs of a 3D production significantly. It also provides higher 3D quality in all the high camera positions (70%-80% of a football game).

For more information: http://www.stergen.tv/products/the-technology/