High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles A 3D television is a
television that employs techniques of 3D presentation, such as
stereoscopic capture, multi view capture, or 2D plus depth, and a
3D display-a special viewing device to project a television program
into a realistic three-dimensional field. 3D episodes became
moderately popular in the late 1990s when several shows in the USA
used the technique to attract viewers and increase
ratings.Stereoscopic viewing is based on delivery of slightly
different images to each eye. MasterImage 3D is based on the
projector alternately flashing frames for each eye at high speed.
This is similar to the system used by the competing brand RealD 3D.
However, while RealD uses an electronic optical filter which
"flips" back and forth between two types of polarization, Master
Image uses a large spinning filter wheel device in front of the
projector lens which is synchronized to the projected images. The
filter wheel contains alternating segments of filter material for
the two polarizations. The filter wheel lowers out of the optical
path for non 3D material.
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Frederic P. Miller
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