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How to Choose 3D Glasses – Passive Polarized vs Active Shutter 3D technology

How to Choose 3D Glasses – Passive Polarized vs Active Shutter 3D technology

3D glasses form a vital component of current 3D Display technology enabling stereoscopic vision and depth perception. As explained in greater depth in the 3D TV technology guide, we are able to perceive depth due to the fact that each of our eyes observes the same scene but at a slightly different perspective. When the individual […]

Active versus Passive 3D Displays

Active versus Passive 3D Displays

There are two prominent methods for displaying stereoscopic images using computers: active and passive. Active Display   The active display operates by very rapidly alternating between the left-eye and the right-eye image in the same space.  Usually, this is done at about twice the frame-rate necessary for continuity of motion (120Hz).  Special glasses must be […]

A quick guide to 3D Formats

A quick guide to 3D Formats

  Believe it or not, 3D imaging technology is not new. In fact, looking back to the early days of photography, the stereoscope, which is a device used to take photographic images in 3D, was introduced as far back as the mid-1800s. The first 3D anaglyph movie was produced in the early 1900s. By the […]