passive 3D TV

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passive 3D TV

A 3D TV set that separates the stereoscopic images by interlacing and polarization. For details, see polarized 3D.
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The partnership between Kantar Millward Brown and Samba TV addresses the massive need for precise measurement by marrying passive TV exposure data with proven Brand Lift Insights to deliver a more nuanced understanding of the what/how/why of TV ad effectiveness.
Aside from colonial mentality, these include its adjunct bias in favor of foreign entertainment and theater productions, clueless and passive TV viewership, irresponsible radio-TV production and hosting practices, child-unfriendly television, too many questionable TV and movie awards groups-plus-plus, etc.
It suggests that interventions to reduce passive TV viewing time should target children and their parents.
TV ratings marketplace with a single massive and passive TV measurement service.
client contracts with Rentrak to develop a single massive and passive TV measurement ratings service, according to the company.
So, with traditional media fragmented and audience expectations moving beyond passive TV advertising consumption it is understandable why marketers are flocking to Facebook to get their slice of a 300 million plus audience.
Canadians have adapted quickly, and in the future I think they are going to expect layered, produced online content that will enhance the passive TV experience.
Passive TV, online virtual worlds, even "interactive" TV all stick to their own worlds.
To the panelists, it was also unclear whether viewers would be willing to change the traditional passive TV experience into one of active participation.
The Teletubbies get them to interact with the otherwise passive TV - no bad thing.
Yet, having pondered the passive TV viewing predicament for nearly four decades, educators have yet to come up with a reasonable solution.
Driven by recent developments such as the convergence of TV and the Internet; the rise of new "smart" TVs, phones, and tablets; growing consumer demands for new "social" capabilities and other features; and new revenue opportunities for advertisers, the traditional "lean back" passive TV experience is evolving into a far more interactive and dynamic one.