I4U News published an Interview with DDD CEO Chris Yewdall on the Future of 3D in Notebooks, HDTVs and Gaming. DDD is a Perth, Australia based company that specializes in 3D software. Their TriDef technology can be found in the new 3D Acer notebooks, Samsung's 3D HDTVs, and a variety of Sharp 3D notebooks overseas.
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"Samsung's 3D televisions all use DDD's TriDef technology, which allows them to transfer pretty much any modern movie or console video game to 3D in real time. You just pop your DVD in (or hook your console up) and the television does the rest. While the price of 3D TVs will need to come down a bit before they're ready for the mainstream, the technology itself is already well developed. Glasses-free 3D televisions are obviously the next step. I asked Chris how far away we were from seeing them.
'It's certainly something that people have put a lot of time into trying to deliver. 3D without glasses works quite well on small screens like mobile phones. When you need to have a lot of people able to view it, problems start.'"