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New High Definition 3D Camera and Viewer shown at CES by TDVision

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From this year's Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas –
TDVision presented the TDVisor and the TDVCam, a new system for creating and viewing 3D content.

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The TDVisor delivers a 3D stereoscopic display enabling 3D visualization of various computer generated content, such as video games, computer aided design visualizations, and true 3D video streams. The result is a 720p, 108’’ diagonal equivalent screen with true 3D display with no flickering or side effects.

The TDVCam is a 3D tapeless digital camera that can record 3D content in MPEG4 format. This High Definition camera, which is able to capture both stills and video, is fully integrated into the TDVisor and the related TDVision applications.

For the complete article on TFOT (The Future of Things), go here.

For TDVision's website, go here.

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