About 3D Technology
|It is now possible to enjoy the excitement of 3D stereoscopic images in the comfort of your living room without using a special screen. The fast response characteristics and picture quality offered by D-ILA technology allow viewers to enjoy vivid and colourful 3D images with far less crosstalk or image ghosting.
*Optional 3D Glasses (PK-AG2B) and 3D Synchro Emitter (PK-EM1) are required for viewing images in 3D.Note: Keystone, anamorphic mode and some other functions cannot be used while projecting in 3D mode.
How 3D stereoscopic images are perceived
The mechanism behind 3D viewing involves binocular disparity, a unique form of depth perception used by humans that takes two different views and moulds them together into a three-dimensional object. 3D video content is created by using a special camera with two separate lenses that can record images for the left and right eyes sequentially. These recorded images for the left and right eyes are projected separately on the projector and synchronized, which when viewed by 3D glasses that darken sequentially for each eye, create binocular disparity to enable the brain to perceive them as 3D stereoscopic images.
The DLA-X Series Projectors are compatible with a variety of 3D formats including Frame Packing for Blu-ray 3D, Side-by-Side (used mainly for broadcasting), and Top-and-Bottom.