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Grundig reveals details of new 3D television technology

Grundig showcased 3D television technology that allegedly overcomes the limitations of previously proposed systems.

The new product does not use colored or polarized glasses, and the created three-dimensional effect is almost independent of the angle of view. A three-dimensional picture is recreated from several stereo images taken from two points and processed using special equipment called “Black Betty”, which was developed by Grundig’s project partner, the German company 3D Image Processing. The total number of stereo pairs is eight. They are processed and then reproduced on a special monitor developed by X3D Technologies.

Recording of a moving image has been implemented within the framework of the project. In this case, the signal is encoded into an MPEG-4 stream, which can be recorded on a hard disk or DVD. Grundig says 90-minute 3D cinema fits on one disc.

Currently, Black Betty is required to process the data. By the end of this year, an ASIC is expected to be available to take over the job.

Like many new products, three-dimensional television faced the problem of chicken and egg: in order to promote devices on the market, programs are needed that can be viewed with the help of these devices, and for programs to appear, it is necessary that program producers are confident in the presence of an audience, that is, some critical number of devices must be sold.

To simplify the preparation of three-dimensional programs, Grundig, in cooperation with the American company Cobalt Entertainment, is developing a stereo camera.

It is planned to start production of devices using the presented technology within the next two years. It is expected that the new TVs will initially cost around 5-8 thousand euros.

In general, it is worth noting that many developers are showing interest in 3D television. This spring, Toshiba demonstrated something similar to the Grundig system, and a nationwide Japanese informatization project includes a plan to develop and commercialize surround television by 2021.

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