I saw this thread and immediately started researching Ultra-D, because this is the kind of technology that gets me excited to purchase new electronics. I've honestly found very little info about it, besides some "insiders" writing articles or blogs about what they've witnessed. The most impressive report was the Newegg video I posted earlier in this thread. I'm really starting to question the validity of Ultra-D. Apparently this product will be on the store shelves by the summer of 2014 and nobody knows about it.
If this product is so revolutionary, then why isn't the public hearing more about it?
Why haven't all of the big boys of the tv world worked out licensing agreements with Stream TV Networks? They keep bragging about their deal with Hisense, but what about the quality brands?
Nice to know that I'm an "insider." The fact is that Ultra-D is not alone, Dolby has a competing technology that is very similar. The technology was not ready for prime time as recently as this past spring, so I expect the media push will occur this year, around CES.
Beyond that, marketing isn't free and Stream TV networks is not making a big PR push. When you see the technology, it'll be promoted by the TV manufacturer. I asked to see the demo, that's why I got to see it first, and why I remain one of the few people to have seen it. The reason I did that... because there was not a lot of other info out there.
By the way, here's what Scott Wilkinson thought of it... http://www.avsforum.com/t/1486062/seeing-ultra-d-for-myself