Make your room a real 3D cinema with Stereostopic Player

It’s never been easyer! We all know that we live in the time of 3D technology, and I’m quite sure that anyone of us was shocked when we saw for the first time a 3D demo in a supermarket or cinema. Well, while the prices for special 3D devices and TV’s are still high, I found a way to watch my favourite movies, at home, in front of my normal monitor, all of them in real 3D mode with Stereostopic Player!

Later I connected the PC to a bigger TV to enhance the “feeling” (combined with a 5.1 surround sound). And so, my normal TV became a full HD 3D Tv for all my movies. All you need is a cheap pair of glasses (red-cyan; red-magneta; polarized; etc), and you’re ready! Stereostopic Player is the best 3D rendering software for movie playback and it supports a lot of filetypes (DVD,AVI,MPEG,MKW,DTS, etc), but like most programs, it has some weaknesses.

Stereostopic Player it’s a simple and easy-to-use software, but it’s quite a challenge to configure the right type of 3D render for your glasses…But after you manage to set it up, you can enjoy the full 3D experience in your room!

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LG unveils world’s first glasses-free 3D monitor with eye-tracking technology

A few days back, I presented you the first laptop with glasses-free 3D display (Toshiba Qosmio F750 3D), which lets you watch 3D movies without the requirements of special glasses. Well, yesterday LG unveiled as titled, “world’s first glasses-free monitor” which uses kinda the same eye-tracking technology to me as the laptop from Toshiba. I’m talking about the 20-inch LG D2000 Monitor which was developed as a fully functional entertainment display for games, movies and images.

LG claims that existing glasses-free 3D technologies generally require viewers to stay within a tightly restricted angle and distance to perceive the 3D images. However, the D2000 has done much to resolve this issue, allowing viewer much freer movement and more comfortable viewing. Eye tracking in the D2000 works via a special camera sensor attached to the monitor which detects changes in the user’s eye position in real-time. With this information, the monitor calculates the angle and position of the viewer and adjusts the displayed image for the optimal 3D effect.

In addition to playing back existing 3D content, the D2000 has a highly refined 2D to 3D conversion feature which adds a new dimension to existing movies and game playing.

The D2000, available in Korea this month, will be introduced in other markets around the world in the latter part of 2011.

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