TNI Bureau: Now, we can watch 3Dimensional movies at home without using the inconvenient 3D glasses, as a new technology, developed by the researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute, Heinrich-Hertz Institute, HHI in Berlin, will make it possible to enjoy three-dimensional movies at home without using the troublesome 3-D glasses.
The researchers have already finished the software that converts the data. The technology will be unveiled in Berlin at this year’s IFA trade show next month.
The process is that the cutting edge technology developed by the said research team converts a Blu-ray’s existing 3D content in a manner that enables them to be shown on auto stereoscopic displays.
The 3D movies currently available on Blu-ray are based on two different perspectives — two images, one for each eye. However, auto stereoscopic displays need five to ten views of the same scene. The number may increase further more in future.
Previous systems were to slow to generate depth maps at a vividly slower pace, even sometimes they required manual adaption.
Now, applying the technology, one can experience the same impressions from any position as these more number of auto stereoscopic displays has to present a three-dimensional image in such a manner that it can be seen from different angles.