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HDMI 1.4 specification to support 3D broadcasts

Posted on Saturday, December 26 2009 @ 10:50:54 CET by


EE Times reports the HDMI 1.4 specification will add support for stereo 3D broadcasts:
Beyond the Blu-ray effort, multiple standards and chips based on them are still in progress. The latest is an upgrade of the HDMI interface that will pave a way for future stereo 3D broadcasts to be available on new and existing HDMI links.

The HDMI Licensing group is adding support to its version 1.4 spec for the top/bottom format that many broadcasters are expected to use. The format squeezes information about left and right eye images on to a single frame to save bandwidth, albeit at a loss of some resolution.




 






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Re: HDMI 1.4 specification to support 3D broadcasts
by Anonymous on Saturday, December 26 2009 @ 18:37:29 CET
Be a lot cheaper to just go Displayport :)



 

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