Gadgets and Gizmos (India) - - BITRATE -

The dream of 3D with­out the help of glasses—and for more than one viewer—is now a re­al­ity. At the re­cent con­sumer trade fair IFA Ber­lin, re­searchers of Fraun­hofer Hein­rich-Hertz In­sti­tute show­cased this new tech. An au­tostereo­scopic—or no-glasses—3D pre­sen­ta­tion for two or more view­ers re­quires a much greater num­ber of views than just the two cur­rently used in stereo­scopic pro­duc­tions. An al­go­rithm de­vel­oped by the re­searchers com­putes and gen­er­ates the miss­ing views re­quired for au­tostereo­scopic view­ing. This al­go­rithm can be in­te­grated in the hard­ware of the TV re­ceiver.

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