Stream TV Networks has announced its 2160p 3D without glasses TV dubbed the Ultra-D 2160p at IFA 2012.
Ultra-D has developed a ground breaking algorithm where it adds resolution data to existing content to deliver more than 1080p all the way up to 2160p. All existing content regardless of resolution can now be viewed in a resolution greater than 1080p and in some cases even 2160p. The Ultra-D 2160 3D without glasses TV allows the viewer to the full resolution of this content with greater clarity and resolution that otherwise not possible.
Ultra-D uses the disparity between images to produce a higher resolution output than the source. This allows for stunning 3D without any viewing angles, distortion or other artifacts and Ultra-D allows the viewer to see this image in 3D without glasses. The source content could be any of the ones that consumers user in their daily lives – Cable, Satellite, Blu-ray, Xbox, iTunes, Apple TV, Google TV, YouTube, Netflix, and many more.
Ultra-D 2160p transforms nearly any source content into 2160p 3D without glasses in real-time. The first product with the 2160p display will be a 60-inch TV. Stream TV Networks can add 2160p content to tablets, phones, and PCs. The first products being rolled out are Ultra-D’s 42-inch and 46-inch 1080p LED 3D without glasses Televisions bundled with the auto converter SeeCube. These will be followed by the Ultra-D 2160p 60 inch TVs LED Televisions bundled with the Super SeeCube.
The Ultra-D tablets, smartphones, All-in-One PCs, laptops would be rolled out subsequently that play the 3D without Glasses Ultra-D 2160p content. Stream TV also proposed a new standard for 2160p content to address the lack of 4K content. Stream TV will have available the SeeCube Mass Server will allow content TV stations, Movie studio, Game producers to mass produce and rapidly deploy 4k content.
Stream TV Networks at located at Hall 25, Stand 134, at IFA 2012 from 31 Aug to 5 Sep 2012.