Alioscopy USA, a 3D visualization technology provider, and Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute, a Germany-based research institute, have announced a strategic partnership that will offer one of the first services that will provide conversion of stereoscopic (2-view) 3D footage and content into Alioscopy-ready, auto-stereoscopic “no-glasses” 3D.
The process was developed by scientists at Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute, according to a press release.
As the stereoscopic 3D motion picture and home entertainment markets continue to expand, the demand for 3D auto-stereoscopic content in the B2B sector is also growing. The largest barriers for B2B markets such as theater lobby displays and digital signage for tradeshows and events have been the need for a glasses-free stereoscopic 3D medium and a solution for converting existing stereoscopic 3D footage to a multi-view format for playback on auto-stereoscopic 3D displays.
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