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Next Generation 3-D Theater: Optical Science Makes Glasses A Thing Of The past

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    Next Generation 3-D Theater: Optical Science Makes Glasses a Thing of the Past | Business Wire (click for full article)

    WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--From the early days of cinema, film producers have used various techniques to create the illusion of depth - with mixed results. But even with digital technology, the latest Hollywood blockbusters still rely on clunky glasses to achieve a convincing 3-D effect.


    New optics research by a team of South Korean investigators offers the prospect of glasses-free, 3-D display technology for commercial theaters. Their new technique, described in a paper published today in the Optical Society's (OSA) open-access journal Optics Express, can bring this added dimension while using space more efficiently and at a lower cost than current 3-D projection technology.


    "There has been much progress in the last 10 years in improving the viewers' experience with 3-D," notes the team's lead researcher Byoungho Lee, professor at the School of Electrical Engineering, Seoul National University in South Korea. "We want to take it to the next step with a method that, if validated by further research, might constitute a simple, compact, and cost-effective approach to producing widely available 3-D cinema, while also eliminating the need for wearing polarizing glasses."
     
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