Batman: Arkham City is the first Xbox 360 game to utilise HDMI 1.4 to its maximum possibilities to provide full-resolution stereoscopic 3D to the gamers. An over-under configuration is used by the game to convey stereoscopic images to the XBox360.
JVC (Japan) and NICT (Japan too) teamed up to setup a more than impressive 5 meters (200 inches) autostereoscopic screen with 67 different views. Images are sent to the screen by 67 projectors located behind the screen. The display was exhibited at the CEATEC fair (Japan again, 4-8 Oct 2011).
Rodolfo La Maestra from HDTV magazine is coming back from the 3D World Conference in New-York, USA with some interesting facts about 4K and about 3D on 4K displays: 4K display panels will allow Full HD for each eye in passive modes, a 2 times improvement on the existing Vizio, LG and Toshiba panels with their 540 lines per eye.
Dutch painter Stefan Da Costa Gomez aka Phyntasize is giving tribute to James Dean, Marilyn Monroe, and Humphrey Bogart with its 3D handcrafted work called "Classic Hollywoo3D Paintings". The idea was to combine the classic analog craft of painting with the contemporary technology and today's hype of digital 3D film to create a new way of viewing and experiencing a painting.
DXG (City of Industry, CA, USA) makes your filming dream a reality with the new 5F9V 3D/2D high-definition camcorder. Presented at the CES in January, this small handheld is available now in quantity.
Featuring a sleek, compact design and advanced dual-lens technology, the DXG 5F9V records both 3D and 2D video in 1080p HD video resolution and also captures both 3D and 2D still pictures.