frame sequential

frame sequential

A stereoscopic 3D format that places each, full left and right frame in sequence (left, right, left, right, etc.). For example, NVIDIA's 3D Vision is a frame sequential system that alternates 60 left with 60 right frames to create 120 frames per second. See 3D Vision.
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The user can view any nVIDIA 3D Vision compliant games, movies and pictures as well as frame sequential content from a PC with appropriate nVIDIA 3DTV Play or nVIDIA 3D Vision compliant graphic card, by wearing a DLP 3D glasses.
DLP 3D Ready, it enables users wearing DLP 3D glasses to view any 120Hz 3D frame sequential content from a PC with the appropriate 120Hz graphics card and 3D stereoscopic player.
Recent studies [70] indicate that the frame sequential encoding results in somewhat lower RD efficiency and substantially lower traffic variability than MVC encoding.
- - Content can be displayed on Non-3D Displays, through Anaglyph, or 3D-enabled Projectors or Displays in side by side, above-below or frame Sequential (Quadbuffer)
Displaying 3D images using a single screen generally requires either the Frame Sequential (FS) method, in which the screens for left and right are switched rapidly, or the Line by Line (LBL) method, in which the video for left and right is displayed alternately on the scan line.
To provide high-quality 3D images, the projector uses a special frame sequential method where separate images are recorded at a resolution of 1920x1080, for both the left and right eyes, and are then displayed at speeds of 60fps.
"Panasonic is dedicated to making a complete 3D ecosystem available for consumers in the comforts of their home and most recently even announced the Panasonic 3D Innovation Center so we can continue advancing 3D technologies." Not all 3D is equal and Popular Science Magazine's recognition of Panasonic as the "best" in its category further shows that Panasonic's Full HD 3D technology is superb, providing 1080p resolution to each eye, by employing Panasonic's VIERA Frame Sequential Technology.
The model is 3D ready and compatible with the frame sequential 3D format.
Now available to OEM partners, Corel WinDVD Pro 2010 with Blu-ray 3D capabilities supports Frame Sequential, Polarization and Anaglyph technologies.
The frame sequential method iswidely used in showing Hollywood 3D movies in theaters.
The Hammond system was the first and, as far as is known, the only commercial frame sequential motion picture shown to a paying audience.
- Anti-aliasing support for Frame Sequential Stereo (Quadbuffer)