Stream TV Networks Launches World’s First 2160p Glasses-free 3D TV At IFA
We already had an inkling of what Stream TV Network’s big technology announcement at the IFA will be — its the world’s first 2160p 3D TV that won’t require wearing of special glasses. Dubbed Ultra-D™ 2160p, the TV with a 60 inch display is based on the principle of ‘disparity between images’ in order to produce the 3D effect which its makers claim does not suffer from distortions or viewing angle restrictions.
That’s not all as Ultra-D™ 2160p also enhances resolution so that a ’1080p source such as Blu-ray™, Xbox™ or ITunes™ will be transformed into 2Kx4K 3D without glasses’.
This, the company claims is a marked improvement over scalers that other companies resort to to enhance resolution though the fact is that scalers can only bring about a marginal improvement in resolution.
The Ultra-D™ 2160p 60 inch TVs will ship later with 42 and 46 inch 1080p LED TVs.