Berlin-based imcube labs is introducing ‘multi-view 3D’ as an add-on option to their 2D-to-stereo-3D conversion process.
To comply with the latest H.265/3D-HEVC standard, Berlin-based imcube labs is expanding its 2D to stereo 3D conversion services.
imcube is introducing multi-view 3D as an add-on option to their 2D-to-stereo-3D conversion process, which will be suitable for autostereoscopic 3D TV displays. Multi-view 3D is offered at no additional cost to all present customers.
Dr. Sebastian Knorr, imcube’s founder and director of R&D, commented: “imcube’s patented softward solution for the conversion of 2D images to stereo 3D already includes process steps, which make it possible to lay the groundwork for ‘multi-view 3D’ conversion during a 2D-to-stereo-3D conversion process.”
The H.265/3D-HEVC video standard was passed in January and will become the basis for the new generation of UHD (Ultra High Definition) televisions.