The largest HD screen in the world that hovers over more than half the field at Cowboy Stadium in Dallas is getting almost as much attention this season as the team itself. That trend will continue this weekend when the new sports venue plays host to the first public demonstration by HDlogix of its real-time conversion of 2D HD video into 3D.
The demo is set to be held just prior to the Cowboys-Chargers NFL game this Sunday, Dec. 13.
HDlogix plans to formally unveil its conversion technology next month at the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Both at CES (Jan. 7-10) and in Dallas, the firm plans to demo its ImageIQ 3D technology upconverting standard HD video signals to 3D in real time.
The ImageIQ 3D technology incorporates algorithms (such as "image structure analysis" capabilities) to reconstruct the geometry of a scene contained within each frame. (HDlogix said its technology differs from other 3D schemes because it can run in real time without the need for any manual intervention.)
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