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3D TV Explained by CableWholesale
Livermore, CA - November 3, 2010 - The ins and outs of 3D television are explained in the newest technical paper from CableWholesale, 3D TV Explained (Article).
The paper begins with the history of 3D, explains the three stereoscopic presentation types (anaglyph color filter 3D, polarized 3D and active shutter 3D), and describes the two presentation formats (sequential and side-by-side).
The technical requirements for enjoying 3D TV at home are explained, including the need for 3D-capable cable products. Two such products are the DisplayPort digital audio/video cable; and the HDMI, high-speed with Ethernet, digital audio/video cable; both available from CableWholesale.
The white paper concludes with thoughts about the future of 3D, a Q&A section and a substantial glossary.
The 3D TV paper is the latest in a series of technical articles available on the CableWholesale website at Technical Articles.
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