Not long ago, James Cameron’s movie ‘Avatar’ was the first movie which had implemented this technology and since then, various movie producers and directors are looking for a chance to enhance their movies with stereoscopic 3D technology. Not only movies, but video games technologies are also starting to integrate this stereoscopic 3D technology. Recently an Electronic Entertainment Expo showcased a 3D tech demo of the video game ‘Gears of War 2’ on Xbox 360.
To view a stereoscopic 3D content, a viewer needs an assistance of 3-D viewer. There are two types of 3-D viewer technology:
1. Active viewer technology has electronics which interacts with the display. The glasses used to view the stereoscopic content require some source of electricity. For example, batteries or power adapter. This viewer technology uses two types of glasses, liquid crystal shutter glasses and red eye shutter glasses.
2. Passive viewer technology which uses polarized glasses to view the stereoscopic 3D content. These glasses don’t require any electricity. There are four different type of glasses fall under this technology: linear polarized glasses, circular polarized glasses, infitec glasses and inficolor 3D glasses.
To meet the demands of this rapidly evolving technology, one does need a reliable partner. At Imaginar, they offer a complete range of Stereoscopic 3d and holographic projection services. They utilize cutting edge CGI animation and deliver live action stereoscopic filming for fully immersive 3D viewing experience. Furthermore, they offer many CG animation services including CGI illustration, motion graphics, 3D character design and many more.
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