3D Displays,Stereoscopic 3D monitors,All about commercial 3D monitors :
The 3D screen is a modification of the autoesteroscop screen. Its primary objective will definetely be to provide the user the sensation of being inside an image, it is like entering a world created artificially, which could be compared to the feeling of been inside a Tim Burton’s movie.
3D films also offer the same sense of an unreal world, but the disadvantage of this technology is that users have to wear special glasses to be able to see the movie in the 3D quality, in contrast, in the 3D screens there is not needed for any other kind of supplement.
The 3D images, previously were produced using a pair of different films, which were of a different tone color, then the viewer, in order to be able to visualize the movie in a 3D quality, had to see it with the aid of glasses, which had a blue lens and a red one, they were fulfilling the function of filtering the right image for each eye so you can see in each eye for stereo pair, therefore the viewer would have the sensation of stereoscopic depth.
Today, technological progress has resulted in the creation of new screens that are able to provide the same sense of depth, but without the user having the need to buy eyeglasses or any other supplement.
As you know, these 3D screens are based on the principle of movie screens, which use a parallelism that interrupts the light beam, and with the aid of eye glasses, the eye that corresponds to each image is selected.
However, the 3D screen also presents a great disadvantage, since there is a problem with the system for multiview stereoscopic image, which is based in the problem that, for the user to be able to watch the film from various angles, the image quality decreases, because the LCD has a limited number of pixels, and for this reason, some parts of the TV can be found in 2D pixels and, as they do not have the high quality 3D image from different angles, so that the viewer will have to be at a shorter distance and placed in an appropriate angle.
One solution to this problem is to improve the breadth of vision, but as a result the 3D image resolution would be lost, which is why we invented the step 3D pixel array, this innovation minimizes the damage of the pixel horizontal resolution, thus improving the image quality.
Currently, several display models have been invented and various media using this new technology, such as film, video games and TVs. 3D images have been surprisingly popular in the market because they offer a superior artificial reality when we compare them with the regular 2D images.
TV manufacturers are also including this fabulous novelty in their artifacts, a clear case is the one presented by LG, which has released its new model 47LH5000 Asia, which has a 1080p resolution, a brightness of 500 cd / m2 and a contrast 80.000:1, this model can be found as a way to test the technoloy ans see how the public accepts or rejects it, and then place it in the American and European markets, probaly around 2012. It only remains to wait for the early arrival of 3D technology in the comfort of our homes.