3-D standards conversion

Phillips, Gerard
April 2011
Broadcast Engineering (World Edition);Apr2011, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p14
The article focuses on the conversion of 3-dimensional (3-D) content standards to cope with the expanding network of digital cinematography on live events. It notes on the evolution of display screen, Blu-ray discs which offers 3-D content, and television (TV) broadcasters offered 3-D TV services to consumers home. It provides an explanation on the 3-D conversion process and two-channel approach. It discusses the selection of conversion model for categories in sports and entertainment events.


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