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Stream TV to Debut Glasses Free 3D in Ultra-Depth - We're Ready!

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Stream TV to Debut Glasses Free 3D in Ultra-Depth - We're Ready!

Ok, if this technology works as promised, color us - VERY excited...and in 3D. Stream TV Networks has announced that they will debut its Ultra-D 2160p technology which features an Ultra-D2160p powered display, delivering the sharpest 3D experience outside of the cinema - no glasses required.

No Glasses? No Glasses! The technology also incorporates the new Ultra-D2160p SeeCube real-time conversion set top box, which provides 2D to 3D-without-glasses and 3D-with-glasses to 3D-without-glasses content conversion in resolutions up to true 2160p. At CES, they've promised the public debut of 31.5-inch and 60-inch Ultra-D 2160p displays for the consumer market with Ultra-D glasses-free 3D content demos showcasing movies, sports, animation, digital signage and video game applications.

"Response to the literally breakthrough, scalable 3D viewing experience made possible with our new Ultra-D 2160p technology, which until now, has only been shown in private road show meetings, has been incredible," said Stream TV Networks CEO Mathu Rajan . "We are excited about the first public showing and are ready to help usher in the next evolution in television."

Stream TV Networks first announced it had developed a groundbreaking algorithm, which boosts existing content to deliver heightened resolution to between 1080p and 2160p, at the IFA Trade Show in Berlin in August, and will now show this pioneering glasses-free 3D technology. The Ultra-D 2160p technology integrates a proprietary hardware optical system to a 4K display allowing greater clarity and resolution than ever before. Ultra-D 2160p uses the disparity between images to produce a higher resolution output than the source. This allows for stunning glasses-free 3D without any viewing angles, distortion or other restrictions using the Ultra-D 2160p 4K display. Consumers can use any type of source content and convert it into customized 3D without glasses - Cable and Satellite TV Channels, Blu-ray, Xbox, iTunes, Apple TV, Google TV, YouTube, Netflix and other feeds.

Capitalizing on breakthroughs made while developing the 4K technology, Stream TV Networks has also made significant advancements in the optical system and SeeCube for its 1080p solution and will be unveiling the final production model with improved resolution and conversion technology, further enhancing the "ultra dimensional" viewing experience.

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