Online 3D Content All The Rage at 3D Entertainment Summit

Special news and updates by the MTBS team.
Post Reply
PressBot
3D Angel Eyes (Moderator)
Posts: 4340
Joined: Sat Dec 22, 2007 3:38 am
Which stereoscopic 3D solution do you primarily use?: S-3D desktop monitor

Online 3D Content All The Rage at 3D Entertainment Summit

Post by PressBot »

One of the big trends at this year's 3D Entertainment Summit was 3D content distribution via the Internet.  Now that new 3D hardware is being regularly announced, the next wave of opportunity is acquiring content and building online hubs and portals.  Revenue models include pay per download, advertising, or just existing to strengthen support for the 3D hardware they sell.

Image

At the conference, Nvidia was first at bat with 3D Vision Live.  Starting with online movie samples, trailers, and shorts, their goal is to eventually turn this into an online YouTube-like service for Nvidia 3D Vision users to upload and share content.  It turns out that YouTube 3D is not a viable solution for them just yet because of compatibility limitations with Flash and windowed 3D viewing with 3D Vision.  Their recent agreements with Microsoft's Silverlight got around this problem, and made this service possible.
Read full article...

User avatar
Neil
3D Angel Eyes (Moderator)
Posts: 6868
Joined: Wed Dec 31, 1969 6:00 pm
Which stereoscopic 3D solution do you primarily use?: S-3D desktop monitor
Contact:

Online 3D Content All The Rage at 3D Entertainment Summit

Post by Neil »

The following is an excerpt of a blog article.  Read Full Article

One of the big trends at this year's 3D Entertainment Summit was 3D content distribution via the Internet.  Now that new 3D hardware is being regularly announced, the next wave of opportunity is acquiring content and building online hubs and portals.  Revenue models include pay per download, advertising, or just existing to strengthen support for the 3D hardware they sell.

Nvidia 3D Live

At the conference, Nvidia was first at bat with 3D Vision Live.  Starting with online movie samples, trailers, and shorts, their goal is to eventually turn this into an online YouTube-like service for Nvidia 3D Vision users to upload and share content.  It turns out that YouTube 3D is not a viable solution for them just yet because of compatibility limitations with Flash and windowed 3D viewing with 3D Vision.  Their recent agreements with Microsoft's Silverlight got around this problem, and made this service possible.


Post Reply

Return to “MTBS News”