Stand 5.A17, IBC 2012
Make sure you visit Sisvel Technology’s booth to catch up on the latest technology and to discover the future of the 3D sector.
Sisvel Technology will be exhibiting in Hall 5, Stand 5.A17 at IBC 2012 in Amsterdam from the 7th to the 11th of September.
Sisvel Technology decided to participate once more at IBC since this is one of the most important exhibitions for the TV broadcasting and digital media sectors and therefore an ideal stage for presenting technological innovations related to the world of 3D television.
The presence of Sisvel Technology’s numerous partners is testimony to the enormous interest in 3D Tile technology by the industry and its increasing growth in the marketplace.
For the very first time it will be possible to view 3D Tile Format content without a requirement for glasses. In fact, the 3DZ Universal Tile Format application, developed in collaboration with Triaxes Vision, offers the opportunity to use the 3D Tile Format either on auto-stereoscopic screens or on screens making use of active or passive glasses.
There will be great interest in the products of the Italian firms GammaRED Engineering and BLT, companies that supply important equipment to the 3D Tile Format broadcasting value chain.
GammaRED will introduce the ÆON server, an innovative multi-channel SD/HD video server used for broadcasting content in real time in the 3D Tile Format while exploiting the potential of SHINE Media Platform 2 technology.
BLT will display the new O.E.M 3D Tile Panelizer board, which accepts the separate right/left signals of a stereoscopic video and combines them into a single 3D Tile Format signal for transmission on the distribution network.
A recent initiative is our collaboration with Allied Telesis, a global leader in the development of solutions for IP/Ethernet networks. By virtue of this collaboration, it is now possible to show 3D Tile content received in streaming through a high performance IP network.
At Sisvel Technology’s stand there will be a demonstration of the Cropping Rectangle technology. This unique technology enables broadcasters to transmit 3D programmes that can be viewed on stereoscopic television receivers and in a two-dimensional format on full HD television sets, on the same service, while avoiding simulcast. This system, which is an integral part of the DVB specifications (DVB TS 101 547, Appendix B), will demonstrate “live” content using either 3D television sets or 2D Full HD sets, all of which are currently available to the customer.