Thursday, May 24, 2018

Personal Stereoscopic Cinema Comes to the I-Zone



In the I-Zone this year was a patented technology using “nonparaxial axis optics” that delivers a 3D experience without the passive polarizing glasses, or the active-LC shuttering more commonly used.

Called a personal stereoscopic cinema device, the technology was shown earlier this year at the ICDT International conference in Guangzhou and made it to the I-Zone exposition this year. It came from a development initiative under Dr. Ding Shou-qian (shown below), and China’s 4G/5G communication initiative with the promise of high-definition, full color, and high brightness with quasi-naked eye stereoscopic display.




Dr Ding said his purely optical system can reach 4K-level output, and the system shown at the exhibition used a dual screen with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 -- impressive. --Stephen Sechrist

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