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.<br /><br /><h3>Dolby 3D format</h3>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.<br /><br /><p align=center><img class="imgresponsive" src=pictures/dolby3d.jpg><br><i>Dolby and Philips creates new Dolby 3D format</i></p><br />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.<br /><br />Companies will be able to support the Dolby 3D format and at the same time support todayâ€™s 3D formats, Dolby says. Dolby 3D is being demonstrated at the NAB show starting today, April 16.