3DFusion Demonstrates Glasses Free 3D with Live Camera

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3DFusion Corp recently demonstrated a breakthrough in technology at the National Association of Broadcasters' trade show in Las Vegas, Nevada.

3DFusion demonstrated a live 3DTV video feed from the 3ALITY Digital 3D camera array, as they captured live basketball play on a constructed basketball court which was shown on 3D Fusion Without Glasses TV.

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3DFusion President Steve Blumenthal made the following comparison between 3DFMax 3DTV "Without Glasses" and "With Glasses 3D"

"Though we are targeting the richness of the With Glasses 3D imaging, our 3DFMax images are designed to mimic the way the eye sees. It is a more 'real' natural 3D image which can be enjoyed as effortlessly as conventional television without any eyestrain, viewing restrictions or unacceptable side effects. With the 3DFMax 3DTV technology, the viewer can adjust the 3D depth impact to his personal preference, on the fly in real time. He has the same control as he would in correcting color or adjusting volume with his remote control."

3DFusion's 3DTV platform is based on a marriage between depth mapping Math algorithms and classical stereoscopic left / right 3D data, the 3DFusion PC driven 3DTV platform is reportedly the first Auto-Stereoscopic Display 3DTV system to demonstrate and address all of the fundamental requirements of the broadcast television industry.

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