3-D TV - A long way to go

Krauss, Jeffrey
April 2009
CED;Apr2009, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p42
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the interoperability issues in delivering three-dimensional television (3D TV). Three-dimensional programs can be created using two cameras to create a left (L) image and a right (R) image. The issues of interoperability are considered with coding methods for multiplexing the L and R images for delivery to the home, and from the set-top box to the display. There is no single standard of multiplexing methods that the cable industry prefers.


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