3D is not dead….not yet anyways. When scouting for articles on-line, many journalists are writing about how 3D is dead. Most of the articles that read 3D is dead have been posted during or the week following the Consumer Electronic Show. The 3D spark is maybe gone, but 3D is all around us and I believe it’s still only the beginning.
I have to say with most of the news posts the team and I have been posting actually show that there’s been an increase in 3D. It’s obvious that at this year’s CES show, UHD Display’s were the main event but it’s not to say that most of the 4K (UHD displays) had 3D feature built in. Most manufacturers at the show did not emphasize anything major in 3D, but I believe that Ultra High Definition screens in conjunction with 3D is something to recognize in itself. Now having a true 3D with 1080p in each eye will definitely help with resolution and clarity.
I know 3D isn’t a popular subject because of some of it’s annoyances and limitations. But I still have some hopes with 3D and wanted to share with everyone that with my findings, 3D wasn’t dead. Chris Chinnock from Display-Central said it well in this quote: “3D is maturing with a continual flow of new products, innovations, content and business deals. It just won’t be so “in your face” – so to speak.”