T. L. P.
December 2008
CED;Dec2008, Vol. 34 Issue 12, p28
Trade Publication
The article reports on the need for three-dimensional (3-D) standards in the U.S. It states that this concept offers 3 levels of rendering, which extends its flexibility in using a 3-D environment. A task force is established to define the guidelines of a stereoscopic 3-D mastering standard for content viewed in the home. Such project promises to propel the 3-D home entertainment industry forward by setting the stage for standard that will enable 3-D feature films and other programming.


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