Tagged: depth map

Review: ZTE Axon 7 Max, an incredible device

This is the review of Axon 7 Max, the only Axon device without stereo sound, but stereoscopic image. It seems you still can not get a device with both 3D sound and 3D image. Premiering our device You can find...

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Another “VR” 3D camera surpasses goals on Kickstarter

A super compact 3D camera capable of capturing shake-free videos has raised double the funding goal to bring it to life. SID claims to offer an immersive and stereoscopic viewing experience. Weeview has created this device and patented digital video calibration to...

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Other amazingly revolutionary 3D products presented on CES 2017 by Ultra-D creators

If you read our article about Ultra-D technology you know that Ultra-D TV is the future of 3D-TV. But that was only the beginning. A lot of consumer products are being developed using Ultra-D technology, actually StreamTV Networks is deploying 3D digital signage solutions, that wow factor will spread everywhere while they improve technology for mass-market. But we are more interested on consumer products, so let’s speak about them.

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Volumetric Video: is the future

Remember the Google’s .jpg depth map? It can be applied to video, but it’s still better. Not only you can turn around the video to see from back if you want, there’s a new system that record not only image, it can record...

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Huffington Post declares Ultra-D screens as best of CES 2017

Update: Ultra-D also wins ISE 2017 Best of Show Award. One thing everywhere alleged against 3D screens has been the glasses (even by people wearing sun glasses on pubs or inside the swimming pool). Soon 3D glasses-free TVs appeared, but you have to...

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Introducing ZTE Axon 7 Max with 3D screen and depth map camera

ZTE announced on China the ZTE Axon 7 Max, an smartphone with aluminium body and a 6″ 3D screen with FullHD resolution. The point with this smartphone it’s the depth map camera technology, wich allows to capture more than a 3D photo. This technology was impulsed by Google’s .JPG depth map format…

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