Stergen 2D-3D conversion used in Norwegian Broadcast
Broadcasters are beginning to realize new ways of distributing 3-D content without having to spend a lot of money and effort. This weekend, TV2 Norway, the country’s largest commercial television station, broadcast a live football (soccer) game using an IPTV stream and stereoscopic conversion technology from SterGen, a Vizrt partner company.
Stergen's 2D-3D converter
Hybrid Workflow Reduces 3D Broadcast Costs
After Cameron-Pace push for hybrid 2D/3D broadcast production workflow, TVBEurope announces that IMG MediaHouse (London, UK) is using a Hybrid routing system from Miranda Technologies to simplify the signal management for its3D TV broadcast of a Premiership football matches. So it seems that routing 2D, 3D and various signal types through a common set of equipment is the way to go.
First Anniversary of Sky3D
Formula Drift Coming Back in 3D on US TV Sets
The Formula Drift series consists of a seven-round championship played out at racetracks across the United States. Formula Drift was shot once in 3D by DirecTV-n3D last year in the streets of Long Beach, but now the first round and the finale (called Title Fight) of the series will be broadcast in 3D. The show will be better this year with new production techniques, new camera angles of the course and in-car cameras.