“The problem with 3D without glasses or autostereoscopic as known, is the fact that it has inherent limitations.”
Sony spoken by the mouth of Mick Hocking, one of the main responsible for dimensional division Company Japan, the UK site Eurogamer Develop conferences held this week.
“There are TVs that do not require 3D glasses, big screens and small screens,” said Hocking. “The problem with 3D without glasses or autostereoscopic as known, is the fact that it has inherent limitations“.
“With 3D stereoscopic glasses, do it as you do, you have an image in the left eye and another image in the right eye, which produces the stereoscopic effect,” said the executive. “So with all these screens, you need a clear point where you have to put the head in terms of distance and angle … and if you depart from that point you break the 3D effect until you return to see the next pair of frames, which has the effect of artifacts.”
“We’ve also seen with mobile devices, if a mobile device that moves independently of your head and have a 3D screen 3D effect that is broken,” said Hocking. “It’s not something that works very well.”