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Spatial View's 3DeeScreen adds Glasses-Free 3D Capabilities to 2D Laptops

Discussion in 'News' started by Cristian_25H, Feb 7, 2012.


Is 3D technology in a notebook relevant for you?

  1. Yes, and glasses are fine

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  2. Yes, but only without glasses

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  3. No

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  1. Cristian_25H


    Dec 6, 2011
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    Spatial View Inc., a pioneer in stereo 3D content delivery and auto-stereoscopic display technologies, today announced that the 3DeeScreen, a lens that enables a person with a standard 15.6" laptop to view 3D content without glasses, is available for purchase.

    Once the 3DeeScreen is snapped onto a laptop display, and the software is installed, viewers can watch 3D videos and photos with the included software and Blu-ray movies using third party players. The playback uses eye-tracking software to automatically track the user's viewing position and adjust the 3D image projection to maintain optimal viewing quality, reducing the possibility of crosstalk and ghosting.


    The patented rendering technology results in superior 3D image quality and means the user doesn't have to sit motionless in front of the screen or search for the optimal "sweet spot."

    "One of the issues with glasses-free 3D displays are the discrete viewing zones," noted Insight Media president, Chris Chinnock. "In typical glasses-free displays, users must keep their head very still or experience a blurry transition area while finding the next viewing zone. The Spatial View approach of eye-tracking eliminates these issues by providing a 3D view independent of head position. In addition, one of the big concerns about 3D adoption is the availability of 3D content. 3DeeCentral is solving this problem by aggregating 3D content in an easy to access site that helps consumers find and enjoy 3D content."

    "Wearing 3D glasses to view content on portable devices such as laptops is not desirable for users," says Ihor Petelycky, general manager, Spatial View. "However, current glasses-free display technology has not provided the quality and flexibility users expect. Our goal is to provide a superior 3D viewing experience and enable existing laptops with 3D functionality at a reasonable price. With 3DeeScreen, Spatial View has achieved that goal."

    The 3DeeScreen includes Spatial View's 3DeeCentral application, which enables a person to access the 3DeeCentral online store of free and pay-for-play content.

    In addition, Spatial View provides a software development kit (SDK) so that third party application developers can support the 3DeeScreen. The first adopters of the SDK have been Blu-ray software player developers. There is also potential for the use of the 3DeeScreen for 3D visualization including engineering, medicine architecture, and other vertical market applications.

    Spatial View's 3DeeScreen is available for US$129.99 from: www.spatialview.com/product/3deescreen or through Amazon. Supported Windows 7 15.6" laptops with 1080p and 720p resolution are Dell and HP, with additional makes and models being supported every month.
  2. hellrazor


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    I want it on my monitor, not some crappy-ass notebook!!!!
  3. Moose


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    Literally word for word what I was thinking
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