A company named Stream TV Networks unveiled Ultra-D – 4K glasses-free 3D TV, on Tuesday morning at CES. The company announced that it has already started producing and shipping the 3D TV for home, business and smartphones.
“We are a company committed to glasses-free. We believe glasses-free is the future of the industry.”
Stream TV CEO Mathu Rajan said in the press conference.
“This will be the breakout year for glasses-free.”
The organization is not the first to try glasses-free 3D. A couple of years back, Toshiba came up with a glasses-free HDTV, however, the innovation, which expected to track viewers to display a 3D picture, was kind of awkward and unsteady. The company used head tracking technology to create its 3D imagery, but that was troublesome for several people in distinctive spots to see quality 3D.
And recently, Amazon’s disastrous Fire Phone’s Dynamic Display also utilized eye-tracking to make genuinely convincing glasses-free 3D.
StreamTV Networks, by differentiation, utilizes light fields and diffractive indexes, as a result, there is no tracking and there are no viewing angles or zones.
Moreover, one of the greatest downsides connected with 3D innovation is the need to wear 3D glasses. Stream TV handles this hindrance by offering customers 3D content by means of Ultra-D technology without the need of the glasses. Their new innovation also allows the users to control the measure of a 3D impact as flawlessly as one would turn the volume up or down.
This innovation permits another approach to get to entertainment content, whether it is movies or gaming. With a recently created plugin for the Unity Engine developers will have the capacity to make immersive 3D games that don’t require 3D glasses.