Stream TV Networks will soon be launching a line of 3D without glasses products. The company claims that its Ultra-D autostereoscopic 3D technology, which uses proprietary hardware, middleware and software to create advanced 3D imagery, "surpasses all available 3D viewing experiences." The company will be displaying its new products at the upcoming CES 2012 show in January.
A key feature of the technology is the ability to convert both 2D content and stereoscopic 3D content requiring 3D glasses into 3D projections that can be seen with the naked eye. With it, Stream TV will be offering, under the Ultra-D brand, 3D-enabling products for TVs, set-top boxes, computers, tablets, and smartphones. The company believes that one of its differentiators is the ability to compensate for differing content quality as well as consumer preferences by adjusting the real-time 3D rendering effect.
Stream TV is best known for its budget eLocity tablets running Android and will be dipping into 3D in earnest next year.