Stream TV Networks, innovators of glasses free 3D technology are ready to make a major international announcement on Friday at the IFA show in Berlin.
Stream TV will announce to the world their plans to launch the first ever 2160p 3D without glasses TV- dubbed Ultra-D 2160p.
“We look forward to integrating our new Ultra-DTM 2160P technology with the more advanced 2Kx4K panels to provide customers with the highest quality 3D without glasses viewing experience as well as a complete solution to enjoy current and future content in resolutions up to 2160P,” says Stream TV Networks CEO, Mathu Rajan. “The 2Kx4K panels along with the Ultra-D 2160P technology will dramatically increase the content resolution and reinforce our format as the reference standard for glasses-free, realistic 3D content.”
The first product that will utilize the 2160p 3D without glasses will be the Ultra-D 2160p. This will be a 60 inch TV. That launch will later be followed by tablets, phones and PC’s using Ultra-D 2160p.
Ultra-D 2160p uses the disparity between images to produce 3D without glasses with no viewing angles or distortion issues. It also adds resolution to content from a Blu-ray player, an X-box and even iTunes.
3D without glasses will finally be ahead of 2D and 3D with glasses devices in terms of resolution, curve and content availability.
This might be the shot in the arm that 3D technology needs to get the attention of the masses.
Stream TV showcased their technology at the 2012 Olympics in London.