Who’s watching Avatar in 3D movies? Amazing, Isn’t It? Pandora planet seemed to be truly alive.
How quickly the world of technology development. Looks like we’ve just started to enter the high-definition TV, Plasma, LCD, and LED. But now in 2010, the estimated high-definition television technology in 3 dimensions (3D) have started going there in the market.
Just imagine, if you watch a movie, or TV broadcast of the most beautiful beaches in the world, the white sands and clear blue water, then you’ll almost like being there. Cool, Isn’t It? Or if you watch movies like Avatar (by James Cameron, 2009) for example, then you’ll like being on another planet.
And the most exciting, if you watch sports, like soccer, Manchester United against Everton, or watch the World Cup, you’re alike to watch live at the stadium. And the star players, such as being as near as you compete in your room. Absolutely insane!
3D television technology already owned by the world’s leading electronics manufacturers such as LG, Samsung, Sony, and Panasonic. Even the “3D ready” already in stores in the U.S., Japan, and Korea at a price between U.S. $ 1000 to U.S. $ 2800. Which will be marketed in 2010 is a more sophisticated version.
3D impressions that had often seemed a bit dark, it can be solved long ago by Motorola, with new technology that has the brightness of the image (brightness) high.
Even in South Korea, television there, with all-out support from the government and the giant conglomerates of Korea (Chaebol), will start running television programs in 3 dimensions only a few weeks away, early 2010.
How 3D technology work? A movie or a show produced by 2 or more cameras for a picture, which will be divided into the picture to the right eye and left eye. Later we will also wear special glasses (with the blue glass and red), which will unite the image captured by the right eye and left eye. From there will create the illusion of depth 3 dimensions.
But the glasses that will be produced will be more advanced than the cheap sunglasses now widely used in movie theaters. While technology without special glasses is actually there, but still very expensive and complex to be mass produced.
Here’s the prototype of 3D Televisions
Cool Technology, Isn’t It?
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