Ultra-D to be integrated on BOE’s entire series of product lines

UPDATE: the money to Ultra-D success come from Vela Technologies. Vela is a investing company focused on early-stage and pre-IPO disruptive technology investments “Vela has today entered into a subscription agreement with StreamTV whereby it has agreed to invest $100,000 in StreamTV from the Company’s existing cash resources […] vesting in the event of a liquidity event at StreamTV and exercisable for five years from the date of issuance. Vela’s investment has completed and is unconditional. StreamTV is the developer and manufacturer of one of the world’s leading glasses-free 3D display technologies. Its 3D display technology is compatible with all screen sizes and all content, both pre-existing and newly created. StreamTV offers its technology as a component to existing brands for inclusion in their television, monitor, tablet and phone devices. StreamTV will use the new funding for general corporate purposes, including bringing StreamTV’s technology to mass market.”


As we previously announced, Ultra-D will offer consumers holographic images on all kind of devices. Images with depth and multiple points of view, so if you move you can see other angles of the same image. As with other holographic screens image will be like if you’re looking through a window (wich is more realistic than 3D and without border violation and other problems of traditional 3D), don’t expect things floating on the room, however Ultra-D can generate a little pop out like traditional 3D. This way dizziness, headaches, and eyestrain are finally eradicated and 3D can arrive to all people, not only the ones we’re interested in 3D. This is a needed step to have depth everywhere, this way 3D will be no longer a niche and will become something better. But we still think they need to drop the word 3D to not scare potential buyers.  Stream TV Networks, Inc. and BOE Technology Group Co., Ltd. are pleased to announce the finalization of their long-form strategic agreement to combine the high-resolution panels of BOE, the number one panel supplier globally, with Stream TV’s award-winning Glasses-Free 3D technology, Ultra-D. With the new agreement, BOE is entering into the 3D market hand in hand with Stream TV. Stream TV Networks and BOE have just concluded a joint press conference in Beijing, attended by Senior Executive Staff from both companies, to showcase the latest versions of Stream TV’s Glasses-Free 3D technology. At the press conference, BOE expressed its intention to include Stream TV’s technology on their entire series of product lines going forward. “We have enhanced 8K screens and high-resolution panels (TVs, phones, laptops, tablets, monitors, etc.) to provide an unparalleled viewing experience that brings real value to device makers and their customers,” said Mathu Rajan, CEO of Stream TV. “With our partnership with BOE, we will make significant strides in the global 8K market, enabling consumers to have a far-greater viewing experience for all content, on any device.” Widely regarded as the world’s best Glasses-Free 3D technology, Stream TV’s Ultra-D solution uses advanced optics and powerful rendering algorithms to create a 140-degree viewing angle that gives everyone in the room a crisp, clear, vibrant, and fully adjustable 3D experience without the need for glasses or goggles. BOE’s panels combined with Stream’s Ultra-D technology were shown to leading companies in the industry who plan to release products with Ultra-D in 2019. Actually BOE supplies LED displays for Apple (iPads and Macbooks) and Huawei and now also supply good OLED displays for Huawei (Mate 20 series) and may be the display of upcoming OLED iPhones. StreamTV Networks wants this way to be in a strong position with respect to its main rival Leia, whose technology offers similar features. Competition is always good for users 🙂

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2 Responses

  1. Mayanis says:

    Y ya el remate sería que incorporasen también el sonido holofonico, inventado hace muchos años por el argentino Hugo Zuccarelli. Es un auna auténtica pasada y deberíamos dejar de estar privados de esa auténtica maravilla revolucionaria.
    Os invito a descubrirlo y comprobarlo por vosotros mismos.
    Saludos.

    • Kano3D says:

      Por lo que he leído el sonido holofónico es prácticamente lo mismo que el sonido binaural. El sonido binaural se usa a veces en Realidad Virtual y es tan realista que cuando algunos sonidos se acercan a tu oído tu piel reacciona como si supieras que te va a tocar el objeto/persona. El sonido ha de estar grabado con calidad, porque los ejemplos que hay en youtube no se acercan ni por asomo a esa sensación. Y ya sabemos que Youtube no tiene precisamente una buena calidad de sonido, incluso inferior al MP3 que ya se queda corto y está más que obsoleto.

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