Himedia 900B can truly decodes, playback and outputs High Definition 3D/2D 1080p videos through HDMI 1.4 interface. This player is able to play Blu-ray 3D ISO(Frame Packing), SideBySide and Top/Bottom format 3D movies, HD MPEG2, HD VC-1, HD AVC/H.264 movies from external USB/internal hard drive devices to HDTV screen.
SBS 3D, short for side-by-side 3D (left and right 3D), is a popular choice and widely used 3D format besides frame-sequential 3D when it comes to airing 3D content over cable to 3D TV. In side-by-side 3D, a full 1080p or 720p frame is intended for both eyes at the same time with two halves on the left and right, and the entire frame for the left eye and right eye respectively scaled down horizontally to fit the left-half and right-half of the frame. For example, for a 720p content (resolution of 1280 x 720), the frame for the left eye will be 640 x 720 and the frame for the right eye will also be at a 640×720 resolution. When such SBS signal is received by 3D TV, the 3D TV will split each frame to extract the frame for each eye, and then will rescale these individual frames to a full HD resolution. Then these individual frames will then be displayed alternately in a frame-sequential manner which is in sync with your active shutter 3D glasses.
Sony's very latest 3D technology will naturally be included in all new BRAVIA 3D TVs. Built upon Sony's very latest 200Hz high frame rate technology that allows viewers to see 3D in full High Definition 1080p1 fidelity, the High Definition 3D image is further enhanced with the inclusion of 'High Speed Precision2', 'LED Boost3' and '3D up conversion4', three technologies unique to Sony and designed to make the 3D image even clearer and brighter and the 3D experience even more exciting. ,
It seems that since this article was written, the dominant form of 3d viewer has become the smartphone + Google Cardboard viewer (since these cost $15 or so), with fancier systems such as the Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, etc poised to become more popular in the near future (although being able to track translation as the fancy systems can is wasted on recorded video, since you can't film from every location in order to allow the user to walk around, even if you wanted to). The immersive, head-tracked environment is quite a different experience from that of a 3d TV--among things, wide-angle lenses allow the user to look around and feel immersed.
Great article! I am considering a high end option for personal usage (nature stills in 3D and filming my son grow up). We have an LG 3D TV set 47 inches - is there a camera that shoots AVCHD and MVC and comes under 1500$? Best, Stephan
However, if you feed a H-SBS image to the display, because of the way the screen is polarized for the glasses, when the TV puts the image up, it will have to stretch the horizontal resolution and reduce the vertical to half anyway. Therefore, a 2x 960x1080p 3D frame is stretched horizontally first, introducing interpolation, then the vertical resolution halved and then split alternating lines for the two eyes on the display. The final 3D image actually only resolves a 960×540 resolution. All the 960px horizontal resolution is displayed albeit stretched and and interpolated but the vertical 1080px is reduced to half for the 3D arrangement.
1). Hercules 2014 3D 1080p BluRay x264-NODLABS2). How to Train Your Dragon 2 2014 3D 1080p BluRay Half-SBS x264 DTS-HD MA.7.1-RBG3). Hercules 2014 3D 1080p BluRay Half-OU DTS-HD MA 7 1 x264-LEGi0N
Hello!Let me join to this very interesting discussion. We know now the SBS and OU in active 3D 1080p is a matter of much discussion. Some people say the SBS brings better experience and others people OU. So what better to choose?
Still talking about 1080p, what if we want to display the image 4k in the active 3D? The answer which is better still not be so clear or maybe at this resolution, something changes? Personally, I think it is better suited SBS (1920×2160) than OU (3840x1080p). Although it may in what mode will display the image does not make any difference (the same situation like 1080p)? 2b1af7f3a8