3D Technology has come a long way – from only being able to enjoy it at the cinema, consumers are now able to watch 3D shows and movies in the comfort of their own homes.
In this article, we look at the different aspects of 3D films and technology and explain what you will need to get the most out of your 3D experience. Let’s get started.
Three Dimensional is the common name that refers to a space that has three dimensions of depth, height, and width. In spatial geometry, it is defined as a branch of mathematics that looks at the properties of shapes in space such as the sphere and the pyramid.
Three-dimensional technology revolution in this era has become a product of modern TVs three-dimensional images. Three-dimensional programming is keeping pace with the increase in the production of three-dimensional films and cables.
The way these devices work
3D Lenses are fixed to glasses to block the vision of the left eye first and then the right eye.
This happens with the TV set as it switches between the left and right images on its own, from two different angles.
This switching process is very fast so that the brain can view the angles at the same time and then watch the three-dimensional image.
Active 3D dimensions
Which offers a three – dimensional experience suitable for viewing in the home and the technical second, which is the dimensions of the triangular negative, which uses glasses, which divide the accuracy between both eyes on 1080, while modern glasses allow to watch the TV at a high accuracy of 1080 pixel full of both eyes.
When 3D content is played on a television that is not geared to play 3D, the screen shows black lines from the top of the gauze to the bottom, but an active 3D TV does not have these problems and offers a great 3D image.
To see a clear and wonderful 3D image you must have
1. The Right Output Unit
A TV equipped with 3D technology or a projector equipped with three-dimensional technology is the LCD, LED, HDTV, one of the best television equipment that is characterized by great depth and high accuracy.
2. The Right Input Unit
A Blu-Ray player equipped with 3D technology, high-resolution cable, and high-resolution satellite receiver.
3. The Right Content
The content of three-dimensional movies or the existence of channels specialized in the presentation of these films can be seen through prepayment. Channels dedicated to broadcasting 3D footage are the Showtime network.
4. The Right Equipment
You will need 3D glasses – 3D displays cannot be seen without them.
There are two popular types of 3D glasses for home use:
- Active 3D glasses
- Negative 3D glasses
Glasses must be from the same TV brand as the ownership of the 3D technology varies by manufacturer, and therefore may not be compatible with the glasses purchased from another company.