CES 2014: Stream TV presents 4KTVs with glasses-free 3D
Editor | 07-01-2014
Stream TV Networks is to take advantage of CES 2014 to showcase its consumer-ready 4KTVs featuring Ultra-D glasses-free adjustable 3DTV technology.
The company will have on display 50" and 55" models, some of which of the TVs will be accompanied by the seeCube-4K, an external device that converts content – 2D or 3D stereoscopic sources – to 2160p glasses-free 3D in real time. The Ultra-D technology converts 1080p/2 million pixel content into a 4K/8 million pixel viewing experience. Users can connect their satellite or cable service, VOD, Blu-ray player, Xbox or PlayStation, as well as watch Internet content from Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, Baidu TV, PPStv, iQYi tv, Totou TV and other video sites.
"Ultra-D presents a never-before-seen glasses-free 3D viewing experience," said Mathu Rajan, CEO of Stream TV Networks. "There's a lack of 4K content out there, but by generating millions of new pixels with depth information, we truly take advantage of what a 4K screen can offer."