Stream TV networks has announced a technology partnership with Hisense for a range of TVs and other products featuring the Ultra-D (3D without glasses) technology.
A 42-inch 1080p autostereoscopic 3D display will be the first product to market, while there are plans for additional 3D without glasses displays, smart TVs, tablets and smartphones incorporating the Ultra-D technology.
Ultra-D televisions will be bundled with the SeeCube Auto Converter. The SeeCube Conversion Box seamlessly auto converts 2D and 3D stereoscopic (with glasses) into autostereoscopic (glasses-free) 3D format in real-time. Ultra-D supports nearly every kind of video feed including Cable & Satellite TV Channels, Blu-ray, XBOX, PS3 and sites like Netflix, Hulu and YouTube. The Ultra-D technology can convert content from iPad, iTunes, Appstore and Apple TV.
Stream TV Networks will be showing its latest improvements in the technology and new displays and devices at IFA 2012 in Berlin. The booth is located at Hall 25, Stand 134 from 31 Aug to 5 Sep. A press conference will be held on the 31 Aug at 1.30pm.