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Glasses-free 3D re-motivates James Cameron | 3D Focus

September 17, 2012

In July, Cameron admitted he misjudged the demand for 3D TV but once glasses-free 3D technology advances we can expect to “see an avalanche of 3D production.”

James Cameron impressed with glasses free 3D technology 475x317 Glasses free 3D demo re motivates James Cameron

From 3D focus on 9/17/12

During IBC, the Avatar director, whose company CPG is looking towards China for growth, said “I now feel motivated again to continue with 3D”, and “There is room for improvement but this already good enough for the consumer market, you guys are the first to blow out the door.”

He was referring to a 56-inch Dimenco glasses free 3D solution. The Dutch autostereoscopic display specialist has licensed Dolby 3D image processing for its new ultra-HD 4K 3D panels.

Dolby 3D is a holistic 3D HD format and suite of technologies designed to deliver full HD 3D content to 3D-enabled devices not just glasses-free displays.

In July Cameron admitted he misjudged the demand for 3D TV but once glasses free 3D technology advances we can expect to “see an avalanche of 3D production”.

3D Focus recently exclusively revealed that James Cameron is considering shooting parts of Avatar 2 and 3 in China, a country investing heavily in the format, even to the point of only allowing 3D and IMAX western movies to be eligible for cinema distribution.

via Glasses free 3D demo re-motivates James Cameron | 3D News from 3D Focus.

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    the display was provided by Philips

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