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Old 11-13-2019, 09:43 AM   #141
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The basic idea behind how the technology works is simple: instead of a purely flat screen, TronXYZ uses a special optical device laminated on the top of the regular screen to control the light directions from the pixels on the screen so that both eyes can see different pixels. Essentially one eye sees a different picture than the other eye; this is how we currently view the real world.
The benefits to this new technology compared to the old style allow for a much more robust viewing experience. With the current design, structure, and materials, there is no loss of brightness. Historically there are other glasses-free 3D solutions, however, the user will experience a 70% brightness loss. The second issue with the old glasses-free 3D technology is that the viewer must remain in the 3D "sweet-spot." TronXYZ's technology makes it possible for the viewer to be in a large spectrum of viewing positions, distances, and angles without any drop in quality. Finally, the technology is not limited to keeping a device in only landscape mode, but also watching glasses-free 3D content in portrait mode.
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Old 11-13-2019, 03:20 PM   #142
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The basic idea behind how the technology works is simple: instead of a purely flat screen, TronXYZ uses a special optical device laminated on the top of the regular screen to control the light directions from the pixels on the screen so that both eyes can see different pixels. Essentially one eye sees a different picture than the other eye; this is how we currently view the real world.
The benefits to this new technology compared to the old style allow for a much more robust viewing experience. With the current design, structure, and materials, there is no loss of brightness. Historically there are other glasses-free 3D solutions, however, the user will experience a 70% brightness loss. The second issue with the old glasses-free 3D technology is that the viewer must remain in the 3D "sweet-spot." TronXYZ's technology makes it possible for the viewer to be in a large spectrum of viewing positions, distances, and angles without any drop in quality. Finally, the technology is not limited to keeping a device in only landscape mode, but also watching glasses-free 3D content in portrait mode.
Thanks for the heads up!
The "XYZ Technology" launched one year ago last Monday and I've never heard of it until today.
TronXYZ showcases new glasses Free 3D Technology
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Old 11-21-2019, 02:13 AM   #143
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Say good-bye to pop-outs though. Have yet to see a glasses-free display that could do it ad effectively as with glasses.
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Old 11-21-2019, 12:47 PM   #144
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Say good-bye to pop-outs though. Have yet to see a glasses-free display that could do it ad effectively as with glasses.
I thought the new 3ds did a good job with popouts, but otherwise I would have to agree with you on the bigger screens. Not that it matters, since nobody is in a rush to bring any 3d displays to market.
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Old 11-21-2019, 08:08 PM   #145
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IMO 3D is not just depth perception, mild to strong pop outs are really nice and add a lot to the full 3D experience. The way this is going I will definitely not be on board with the glasses free experience.
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Old 11-22-2019, 11:26 AM   #146
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Personally I'll take a great sense of depth over popouts.
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Old 11-23-2019, 05:05 PM   #147
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I've been watching 3-D movies wearing 3-D glasses for nearly 40 years now. If glasses free 3-D tv's become a consumer reality in my lifetime, I'd probably just turn up the brightness/contrast and don a pair of polarized 3-D goggles.
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Old 02-14-2020, 10:23 PM   #148
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I am reluctant to say this but Glasses-free TV seem to be pure gimmick. Yes I said the word.

I was defending 3D tech before with the glasses from those saying it is gimmicry simply because the tech WORKS.

But hey, it they perform better 3D pop-outs than the current tech, I will admit am wrong.
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Old 02-15-2020, 03:09 AM   #149
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Wonder if this might help bring 3d back. Active 3d LED.

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