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Experience 3D on TV

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As the technology accelerates, the world of television has not been left behind hence has embraced it in order to make television watching more and more enjoyable. One of the ways that this industry has managed to do this is by the use of 3 dimension images to stream their images since this is the latest technology taking over from 2D.

The 3 dimension space conveys an in depth picture to the viewer. This technology, in order to fit out, employs the techniques such as stereoscopic which involves enhancing the illusion of depth. This process by means of stereopsis. Even as time advances as the technology grows more and more, images are enhanced in 3D projection. What simply happens is an image is placed in two positions, that is the left and right side, and thereafter combined to give the third side that is now referred to as 3D.


Images streamed in 3D are very clear. This is because during stereoscopy the images have been viewed from both positions, that is left and right, and both positions are clearly analyzed in order to come up with an image that represents both sides.

Images displayed in 3D will enhance understanding, as a viewer needs only to understand them on first glance. Due to this, the viewer has humble time and he or she can get even an inner meaning not just the outer interpretation of the image.

Some images have curvatures or rather they have curves and when not well presented may give the viewer a wrong perception, hence lead to misinterpretation. 3 dimension space type of projection projects images in such a way that every curvature of it is well seen on the television. Streaming is key, as the viewer wants to get the best out the images displayed on their television sets.

Depth judgement is enhanced when images are projected in 3D. A depth judgement can only been made when the image has been projected clearly to an extent the viewer can use his mind and project it even more. Only clear images can make the viewer realize this.

Images in 3D will save time as a viewer will not waste time pondering his or her mind about an imagine which is unclear. The images here are clear and very minimal moments are used to engage the viewer in fully analyzing them and making interpretations and even sky telephone numbers can be used for aids.

Images projected in 3D on television stations have helped expand and improve manpower. Some careers like architecture, involve drawing, and when a subject of this career views an impressing image of a house, he gains insight. Since he can quickly comprehend it, since it is in 3D, he may then put it to practice by designing the house.


In a nutshell, as television viewing is becoming a household routine, the images viewed there also continue to improve in order to maintain the trend. The clearness, in-depth judgement, ability to save time, and creation of innovation are just but the few among many reasons that make television industries embrace 3D streaming of images.

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6 thoughts on “Experience 3D on TV
  1. @Martin : indeed it is…. the upcoming 4k technology is also featuring with 3D … so just wait and watch….

  2. My friend just got a 3D TV and we watched a few 3D movies on it. Though the 3D looks cool at first, you then get used to it and becomes just routine. I’ve also seen him play Call of Duty in 3D and that truly is awesome

  3. Starlie,
    3D is cool, but ESPN doesn’t think there’s money to be made with it, so they are dropping their 3D sports channel by the end of 2013.. They cite low demand. Next big thing is: Ultra High Definition TV.

  4. Thanks for your article, I’m not a fan of 3D if you need to wear a fake glass, that’s so annoying when I’m watching a movie. The new 3d without glass is awesome though!

  5. now we have to talk about othet tech i heard about it the “5D” tech i didn’t experience yet but i really enjoy movies with 3D tech it make the movie more real and make me feel a lot of entertainment !!!
    thank you for sharing this article ..

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