2D To 3D Conversion Courtesy Of Marvel Digital And Ultra-D

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marvel3dp.jpgMarvel Digital (no relation to Marvel Comics) presented the Ultra-D display technology from Stream TV Networks at CES 2014. With 3D tech requiring glasses all but dead from the home consumer scene, the Ultra-D tech can be used to convert standard 2D images from a variety of sources into a true 3D image for use on a glasses-free display.

From BusinessWire

Stream TV Networks�will announce details about its key alliances and strategies for its�Ultra-D�4K glasses-free 3D technology at a 2 pm press conference today at the Venetian Hotel, Marcello Ballroom 4503 during CES in Las Vegas.

"Marvel Digital opens up a whole new market segment for Ultra-D"

Stream TV Networks is also pleased to announce that its Ultra-D display technology is being presented by Marvel Digital in the South Hall 4.

By showcasing the 4K glasses-free 3D technology at the world's premier consumer electronics showcase, Marvel Digital joins Stream TV's growing list of strategic collaborators that include companies such as Haier�and Konka.

Using complex algorithms, Ultra-D� technology converts standard HD content so that Blu-ray discs and programming from cable, satellite, and internet services like Netflix, Hulu, YouTube and others can now be seen in 4K glasses-free 3D. For the commercial world, opportunities for advertising and customer interaction are virtually unlimited.

"Marvel Digital opens up a whole new market segment for Ultra-D," said Mathu Rajan, CEO of Stream TV Networks. "Marvel's reach and connectivity in the commercial signage world is significant, and their adoption of our technology is an exciting endorsement."

Ultra-D is the only proprietary glasses-free "real-life" 3D technology that delivers both display and content conversion, which means, unlike other companies and technologies in the new glasses-free 3D space, Ultra-D doesn't require the human eye to do all the work. Ultra-D converts all content (even non-3D) in stunning detail, alleviating complaints of motion sickness, limited viewing angles and the need to be in a "sweet spot" to see images in 3D. And Ultra-D puts viewers in control, with the ability to adjust 3D "pop" and depth to their liking. A room full of people can simultaneously experience Ultra-D's vibrant no-glasses-required 3D. Any sense of "gimmicky" looking 3D is eliminated by use of Ultra-D's patented hardware, middleware and sophisticated-software algorithms, which visually transport TV, computer or any other platform/device viewer, into an unrivaled, adjustable real-world 3D experience.

ABOUT STREAM TV NETWORKS, INC.

Stream TV Networks, Inc. is a Philadelphia-based new media company founded in 2009 to offer enhanced entertainment and communications experiences through superior quality devices with unlimited accessibility.�

ABOUT MARVEL DIGITAL

The MARVEL DIGITAL GROUP develops products and services that put emphasis on innovation and technology advancement and bring value to the society. Its line of products and services are Internet TV, auto-stereoscopic 3D display, Information Kiosk, intelligent home and mobile devices. In addition, Marvel collaborates with universities in Hong Kong and China on research and development to provide the next generation of 3D products and services. Marvel believes that the future of domestic TV, mobile devices and digital advertising will all be in glasses-free autostereoscopic 3D mode.

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