Date Added: Jan 2011
There is significant industry activity on delivery of 3D video to the home. It is expected that 3D capable devices will be able to provide consumers with the ability to adjust the depth perceived for stereo content. This paper provides an overview of related techniques and evaluates the effectiveness of several approaches. Practical considerations are also discussed. Commercialization of 3D ready stereoscopic televisions, new storage technologies and current trend on producing 3D media content have made 3D viewing possible and reachable to home cinema users. Various viewing technologies from anaglyph glasses to LCD shutter glasses and current research on glasses-free autostereoscopic displays aim to provide 3D perception by sending different images to each eye of the viewer.