Originally Posted by tomtastic
I hope Ultra D is better than my experience with the Red Hydrogen One, the glasses free 3D screen from Leia. If you want the best 3D, don't expect glasses-free 3D to wow you. They will have to do much better than I've seen so far. Get a 3D screen now. Oled if you can find one, projector, the remaining Sony active displays, whatever you can find. Glasses-free just simply doesn't display 3D in the quality we have right now, it's very minimal 3D and can't show any effective pop out, just resulting in crosstalk.
- RH1 ghosting was problem of a bug, was solved in a update. Even I know that to holographic screen success there's need to avoid pop out effects (bye, bye windows violations. Bye, bye users making her terrible own images with things too near eyes). In movies 3D images are controlled and calculated. But if you allow users make their own holographic images, avoiding pop out no user will never complain about eye strains, even if they are terrible photographers. That's one problem 3D have, you can't expect people know how to do a 3D photo without hurting your eyes (the worse is if they know is 3D they will be put hands directly a few centimeters to camera, making unviewable images and after complaining that 3D is a shame), there are a lot of terrible photographers (even in 2d) and you can't explain is their fault, they will say 3D is the problem.
Originally Posted by danlshane
I never heard of BOE; it appears to be a Chinese brand, so its reach will be limited in the US. Certainly not enough exposure to prompt studios to take another look at 3-D in the home.
- BOE make screens for Apple. Yes, Is a Chinese brand... but like all other devices, even if are high end (iphones, high-end tvs, etc., except samsung, is corean...). BOE reach globally, maybe even you already have one or more BOE screens at home and you don't know it (Do you have an iPad?)
Originally Posted by Worf
Well, 3d is really popular in Asia, enough so that China often gets special 3d releases. There may be little hope for us in North A,Erica, but maybe we just need to learn Chinese.
Also, Chinese production companies are starting to invest a lot in new movies so there is still hope for 3d home releases.
- They produce everything in 3D, even TV commercials, concerts, etc. And they convert any movie in 3D; I have seen Mission Impossible 1 and 2 in perfect 3D on my ZTE Axon 7 Max (and for free), and in occident only the last Fallout movie was released in 3D, the entire saga is available, I'm watching the entire saga in 3D. Also all the Transformers saga (not only the titles released in 3D), and almost any big budget Hollywood movie is converted in 3D for Chinese market.
The RH1 is only the first prototype of the future (you can't pretend to have the movie holograms floating directly on a room, there's need to start with this holographic screens with almost all image inside
). After this first generation (and it will greatly succeed at least in China) better holographic screens will appear and eventually we will have movie-like holograms floating around you on a distant future (don't expect that in only 5 years).