3D Acquisition


INOX Adopts Latest 3D Technology from VOLFONI

by Bob Raikes

INOX Leisure Limited (INOX), India’s leading multiplex chain has announced a path breaking initiative in 3D technology through its association with Volfoni’s SmartCrystal™ Diamond for 3D screens across the country. The choice for Volfoni’s …

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Vitrima Shows 3D Lens for GoPro Cameras

by Matthew Brennesholtz

At CE Week on June 23rd, I saw a 3D lens attachment for GoPro Hero 3 and Hero 4 cameras. The lens has been designed by Vitrima and launched on Indiegogo. Colin Marshall, VP …

Tags:3D Acquisition| CE Week 2016| HMDs (Head Mounted Displays)| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 23 - Issue 25

Halle 6 Technology Round-Up

by Bob Raikes

We went to Hall 6 where the R&D departments were showing what they had, but there was only limited interest for us. Most of the research being show was in the area of big …

Tags:3D Acquisition| AR Glasses| CeBIT 2016| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 23 - Issue 10

A New Lightfield 3D Camera Technology is Under Development

by Arthur Berman

Researchers in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, MI) are developing a new 3D camera based on the use of graphene as the light detector. …

Tags:3D Acquisition| 3D Cameras| Vol 23 - Issue 10

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Plenty to See at MobileFocus

by Bob Raikes

On the evening before the main exhibition start, Pepcom held its MobileFocus event. The big attraction for the press that evening in Barcelona was the Samsung press event and that meant a relatively low …

Tags:3D Acquisition| Eyewear| Gaze Recognition| Lenovo| Mobile Display Monitor| MWC 2016| Press Events| Smartphones| tablets| USB| Vol 23 - Issue 08

Panasonic and NTT Work on 3D Broadcast

by Tom Allen

Panasonic and NTT are working together to develop ‘next-generational’ information systems – including the handling of 3D broadcast for sporting events. Panasonic’s shooting and 3D video processing technologies will be combined with NTT’s high-speed …

Tags:3D| 3D Acquisition| Japan| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| NTT Docomo| Panasonic| Vol 22 - Issue 24

Intel Concentrates on RealSense (KN1)

by Bob Raikes

The keynotes took place on the first morning of the opening day of the symposium and the first speaker was Brian Krzanich, CEO of Intel who spoke about the Intel Realsense technology. He said …

Tags:3D Acquisition| 3D Depth Cameras| Intel| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| SID Display Week 2015| Vol 22 - Issue 24

Zed Stereo Camera Records 3D and Depth at Every Pixel

by Arthur Berman

The Zed stereo camera, produced by Stereolabs Inc. (San Francisco, CA), is a lightweight depth sensor that can capture scenes in 3D in both indoor and outdoor venues. The depth information can then be …

Tags:3D Acquisition| 3D Depth Cameras| Large Display Monitor| Vol 22 - Issue 23

Sony Assists in 3D Surgery

by Tom Allen

Sony devices have been used in a succession of four cataract surgery procedures, which were filmed and broadcast live in 3D at the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons’ (ESCRS) Winter Meeting in …

Tags:3D Acquisition| Back Panel| Large Display Monitor| Medical| sony| Vol 22 - Issue 22

Trumbull’s MAGI Cinema Solution Discussed at TIFF and IBC

by Chris Chinnock Don't Use

Digital Cinema – Back in early May, I wrote an article about the first public debut of Doug Trumbull’s new cinema capture solution call MAGI (First Screening of 4K 3D 120 fps Content Coming …

Tags:3D Acquisition| HFR - High Frame Rate| Large Display Monitor| Laser Projectors| Opinion| Vol 21 - Issue 37| Volume 21

Profilometry Revision Simplifies 3D Modelling

by Super User

A (relatively) simple way to create a virtual model of a 3D object, with a single camera, has been hit upon by a group at the Centro de Investigaciones en Optica in Mexico. The …

Tags:3D Acquisition| Large Display Monitor| Vol 21 - Issue 37| Volume 21

Dell Goes OLED on World’s Thinnest Tablet

by Super User

The ‘world’s thinnest tablet’, the Dell Venue 8 7000, has been announced at the Intel Developer Forum- using an OLED display. The 6mm-thick product has an 8.4″ OLED screen, with 2560 x 1600 resolution …

Tags:3D Acquisition| Dell| Mobile Display Monitor| tablets| Vol 21 - Issue 37| Volume 21