Blu-ray media officially goes 3D

The association promotes the Blu-ray just stopping final specifications of 3D. Manufacturers of turntables will be supported by this standard to develop their future products.

The 3D films now have their own storage media. This is the Blu-ray. An association that promotes the standard optical disc published Thursday, December 17, 2009, the final specifications of Blu-ray 3D, allowing manufacturers to launch circuit-design of their playback devices.

The disc itself is the same (up to 50GB). These are the audio compression algorithms-changing video. The association chose the codec Multiview Video Coding (MVC), an extension of MPEG4-AVC currently supported by the Blu-ray decks.

Compatible with PS3

The 3D video stored on disks can be read on any screen 3D, whatever technology restitution of stereoscopic images (with or without special glasses, LCD or plasma, etc..) Promoters provide standard . ‘The capacity and the sampling rate of Blu-ray is sufficient to provide 3D images with a resolution of Full HD 1080p, "said in a statement Ben Carr, president in charge of 3D in the Blu-ray Disc Association.

The specifications also provide that the Blu-ray current is legible on the turntables and future readers 3D. Conversely, Blu-ray 3D will play on most turntables on the market, without displaying the 3D course! Finally, video game consoles PS3, Sony will be able to read discs 3D future. A constraint probably imposed by the Japanese, causing the Blu-ray.


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