By Kevin Roebuck
Paperback: 988 pages
Publisher: Emereo Pty Limited (24 Jun 2011)
A 3D television (3D-TV) is a television set that employs techniques of 3D presentation, such as stereoscopic capture, multi-view capture, or 2D-plus-depth, and a 3D display – a special viewing device to project a television program into a realistic three-dimensional field.
This book is your ultimate resource for 3D TV. Here you will find the most up-to-date information, analysis, background and everything you need to know.
In easy to read chapters, with extensive references and links to get you to know all there is to know about 3D TV right away, covering: 3D television, Technology of television, 14:9, 180 lines, 1st & Ten (graphics system), 3D DLP, 405-line television system, 441-line television system, 567 Line television, 8-bit color, A-MAC, Active Format Description, Advanced Digital Broadcast, Advanced Television, Advanced Television Systems Committee, Aiken tube, Ambilight, Distribution amplifier, Analog high-definition television system, Analog passthrough, Analog television, Apple Interactive Television Box, Apple TV, Asian television frequencies, ATSC (standards), List of ATSC standards, Audio description, Audio router, Auto relay, Automatic Tuning System euro plus, AV.link, B-MAC, Back porch, Backhaul (broadcasting), John Logie Baird, Baseball telecasts technology, BBC Research, Beam-index tube, Belweder (TV set), Black level, Blanking (video), Broadcast television systems, Broadcast-safe, Walter Bruch, Burst phase, C-MAC, Cathode ray, Cathode ray tube, Centralcasting, CGMS-A, Channel 3/4 output, Channel memory, Chromatron, Color depth, Color killer, Color television, Colortrak, Colortrak 2000, Combo television unit, Comparison CRT, LCD, Plasma, Comparison of PVR software packages, Composite monitor, Composite video, Computer Originated World, Console television, Contrast ratio, Control track, Coupon-eligible converter box, CT-100, Cue card, D-MAC, D2-MAC, Data and object Carousel, DaVinci3, Descriptive Video Service, Differential gain, Differential phase, Digibox, Digital Command Center, Digital component video, Digital Interface for Video and Audio, Digital media receiver, Digital Program Insertion, Digital subchannel, Digital television adapter, Digital Video Broadcasting, Digital Visual Interface, Direct-View Bistable Storage Tubes, DiSEqC, Display contrast, Display resolution, Distributed transmission system, Doming (television), Dot crawl, Dot pitch, Dreambox, Dv sidekick, DVB 3D-TV, E-MAC, Echolab, EIAJ MTS, Eidophor, Einheitsempfänger, Electra (teletext), Electronicam, Electronovision, Elgato, Emerson VT0950, EMI 2001, Enhanced-definition television, ETSI Satellite Digital Radio, Extended Data Services, ExtraVision, F connector, Fernseh, Fibre satellite distribution, Field (video), Field-sequential color system, Filmlook, Fixed Service Satellite, Flicker (screen), Flicker-free, FoxBox (sports), Frame (video), Free viewpoint television, FreeJ, Front porch, FTA receiver, GB-PVR, Geer tube, Generic Stream Encapsulation, Ghost-canceling reference, Handheld television, Hanover bars, HD compatible, HD ready, HD-MAC, HDBaseT, HDHomeRun, HDMI, HDTV blur, High Above (book), Horizontal blanking interval, Horizontal scan rate, Hotel television systems, Iconoscope, Improved-definition television, Individual Television Experience, Inductive output tube, Integrated receiver/decoder, Integrated reception system, IntelliStar, IntelliStar 2, Intercarrier method, Intercast, Interlaced video, Intermediate film system, IRE (unit), ISMACryp, Jog dial, JP1 remote, Kell factor, Key & See, Large-screen television technology, LCD crosstalk, LCD television, LED-backlit LCD television, Lines of resolution, LinuxMCE…and much more
This book explains in-depth the real drivers and workings of 3D TV. It reduces the risk of your technology, time and resources investment decisions by enabling you to compare your understanding of 3D TV with the objectivity of experienced professionals.