NO GLASSES, MORE PEOPLE
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.