magine studying with all the 3-D graphics and having a practical experience? Everything in 3D has given everyone a new perspective on the image. To exhibit the 3D images, all 3D-ready projectors on the commercial and household market require active shutter glasses. They show overlapping graphics and give a deep appearance to the brain.
Since 2008, 3-D has revolutionized the moviegoing experience. Recently, there has been a significant increase in the demand for 3D films. The rise in demand for 3D-compatible technology has been significantly expanding. We've examined the market and have begun offering 3D-ready and full 3D projectors.
We have all kinds of low-resolution, low-cost instructional 3D projectors to newer 1080p household projectors.
3D projectors transfers frame sequential data. Because frame sequential transmission is one of the simplest kinds of 3D, this approach helps minimize production costs.
At 120 frames per second, a frame sequence signal provides a high-resolution picture. These frames reach the left eye first, and then the right eye.
A computer capable of transmitting 3D data (such as NVIDIA's 3D Vision system) is required to operate a 3D-ready projector. Unfortunately, 3D video from other computers or 3D enabled devices such as Blu-ray 3D players and set-top boxes will not be projected by a 3D-ready projector.
Full 3D projectors can handle all four 3D content transmission formats:
Full 3D projectors provide full 1080p 3D projection and are HDMI 1.4 or Blu-ray 3D compatible. To rent/buy inspect for all the characteristics of a 3D projector.
So, if you're looking for a 3D projector, you're probably after a full 3D projector!
Brands frequently mention "Full HD 3D" or "Full 3D" when describing their projectors. These are just promotional terms used to show up basic concepts to promote the image of their product. A projector that supports Full HD resolution and is 3D-ready is said to be "Full HD 3D." So the term "Full 3D" does not refer to any specific 3D feature or capability, but rather to the same thing as "Full HD 3D."