The company’s press announcement describes this approach as autostereoscopic 3-D imagery. The company’s Ultra-D is dependent upon custom hardware, middleware techniques and software algorithms to give viewers the instant conversions.
The company says Ultra-D works with Blu-ray, DVD, PC gaming, Internet, cable and satellite content.
The technology allows users the freedom to customize the 3-D effect as well. This will address, the company says, individual differences in spatial perception and reactions in eye comfort.
Complaints about 3-D eye strain and a general reluctance toward wearing special glasses for home viewing appear to be proactively addressed by the company, eager to accent the positive about 3-D’s future.