Dolby and Philips have announced a new 3D HD format dubbed Dolby 3D. The companies aim to deliver Full HD 3D content on a range of devices, including glasses-free displays.
Dolby 3D format
The new Dolby 3D format is a specification that covers 3D viewing on displays of all sizes, including smartphones, tablets, PCs, and televisions. The format is also said to incorporate a specification for glasses-free 3D.
Dolby and Philips creates new Dolby 3D format
Dolby and Philips hope to set a new standard for 3D viewing, and will work with content providers, broadcasters and device manufacturers to ensure a pleasing experience, they claim. However, no technical specifications have been released on the format so far.
Companies will be able to support the Dolby 3D format and at the same time support today’s 3D formats, Dolby says. Dolby 3D is being demonstrated at the NAB show starting today, April 16.