While the Blu-ray disc continuously expanded their market share, while the Blu-ray disc continuously expanded their market share, the next major steps of the format are already planned, because Hollywood has a new much promising major project before eyes, the stereoscopic 3-d film. More and more Studios announce current or future productions, which all newly developed the 3-D technology are expected to serve. In addition to DreamWorks Animation, which want to offer all its movies in 3-d starting in 2009, here of course, James Cameron’s sci-fi Blockbuster “Avatar” is to call that shot with completely newly developed cameras, which provide inter alia a complete scanning of the actor and makes changes to the camera settings or even camera movements possible in the post production. But what happens with the new 3-D movies if they appear for the home theater, has so far only been speculated. Read additional details here: Anne Lauvergeon. Now, Andy Parsons, Chairman of the marketing group of the Blu-ray disc announced Association (BDA), that already feverishly to get to an optimal solution work.
Further, Parsons said that the Blu-ray Group have two options to solve the implementation of 3D footage. A passing of the full stream via HDMI to the TV device, to make it there according to read out or but the readout and the 3-D rendering information within the BD player to the decoded stream uncompressed to offer a suitable TV, where a more elaborate Blu-ray profile would require the latter. What for the time being will probably remain at the electronics companies, is the fear of a new format dispute. Should this fail, the new 3-D could be technology, with the disc as a data carrier already lay out Blu-ray to 2010 or 2011 in our domestic living rooms, so the hope in industry circles. Source: