"Probably the best wish for a dreamer: Be underestimated", 잫읻 젤지옥루
Posted on June 26th, 2009 No comments
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3d panels, boards those do not require glasses will be banned from critical places. It won’t be nice to crash on those 3d panels or fly with the car to the wrong directions. There will be switchable eyeglasses that you can see 3d panels in 3d or you will be able to override panels’ functions and cancel the 3d affect by converting 3d to 2d easily or painting 3d panels to a matt paint like black. (eyeglasses will have these features) there will be groups of people trying to get 3d banned from everyday life, but they won’t succeed in it even they they’ll be right for some points.
Posted on June 25th, 2009 No comments
There will be three different (publicly available) ways to watch 3d tv or 3d videoes from different devices.
One will include hologram technic, physically matching angles for eyes; so this will not require eyeglasses.
Secondly, people will be wearing circular polarized glasses in home, while watching tv or movies. This is the way you see today in “Real 3D”.
Third technic is a little bit confusing, it’ll be based on hitting the light to the surfaceyes those different in size. 360 degree view will also be availabe with this technic. However you won’t need to wear an eyeglasses for this, it’ll be hard to capture those videos. So there will be only one angle at a time, that you can not freely rotate the view.
However nearly all of these technics are under development, only the second one is ready for public. We may expect to see similar technology in our cellphones and watches. These are not science-fiction.
Tv stations will be outputting left & right eye’s video streams seperately. So it’ll be the tv viewers choice to select the 3D mode and combine those video streams and watch it in 3D, or selecting only LEFT or RIGHT stream and watch it in 2D as now. This requires some significant changes in tv broadcasting systems. So this will work only some local/special centers for some time. In the near future number of the people who go to the cinema/theatre to watch the movie will increase, because they will not be easily reproducing the effect and quality of that 3D. Many filmmakers nearly leave 2D and educate themselves related to 3D filmmaking.
Technology is not something that you create something from nothing, but combining technologies together to create a new one. However many this are invented, you’ll see them many years later, because it’s not easy to announce it to public or to produce it or to prepare necessary infrastructure because of the money and the time. ( also you’ll not see many of them because they’ll keep your mouth shut… )
Let’s see which one will win..