Posts Tagged ‘3D’
At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week, geeks and tech watchers have been catching up on the latest useful, and not so useful gadgets to arrive on the market – ‘smart’ cutlery that monitors how fast we eat? Really?
Rather closer to our hearts, here are some of the audio highlights we have [...]
I went skiing once. I was about 13 and it was on a dry ski slope at a Pontins holiday camp in the UK. I fell over and scraped the skin off my arm because I was wearing a t-shirt as it was the middle of summer. When I got back home I regaled my [...]
It seems that every other film released these days is in 3D, which is a positive sign of the technology really taking off. Unfortunately this is not true to the same extent in the televisual arena. I have talked about certain discouraging aspects of 3DTV before, such as cost hindering content production and restrictive glasses making consumers shy away [...]
The ever-reliable Sports Video Group posted an extremely interesting article on 3D production last week, which included the following wonderful quote:
If you do something bad in 2D, it’s going to look bad on the screen. If you screw up in 3D, your viewers are actually going to feel bad, and that’s a very significant difference [...]
Staff technology writer Jonathan Strickland has published this explanation of how 3-DTV works on howstuffworks.com.
The article covers the way we see in three dimensions, and how 3-D TVs recreate the illusion by tricking our brains into believing the image on the screen has depth, the differences between the technologies behind the passive glasses we use [...]