TDVision Systems to Showcase the Entire Full HD Stereoscopic Ecosystem

Thursday, January 7th, 2010

IRVINE, Calif. — After its fifth consecutive showing at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, TDVision Systems Inc. announced today they will showcase their full HD 3D Ecosystem implementation. TDVision is the world’s leading innovator in Full HD 3D (1920×1080 per-view) video encoding and decoding sector and was recently honored as the 3D Innovator of the Year by IMS research and part of the IP behind the MVC standard.

Located at the 3D@Home sponsored “Experience 3D Tech Zone” in the LVCC Central Hall Exhibit numbers 14944 and 14945. TDVision reps will be on-hand to promote the bleeding edge of 3D to the Home.

The 2010 Consumer Electronics Show will accent TDVision’s maturity in the 3D space for the complete 3D Ecosystem from acquisition to visualization.


Realtime 1920×1080 capture using state of the art TDVCam-Kronomav robotized zoom, focus and convergence camera system.


TDVision Systems will be demonstrating the award winning 2D+Delta stereoscopic video encoding system in PC based software and Full HD 3D H.264 using the NVidia Digital Video Pipeline SDI CaptureCards for real time stereoscopic encoding as well as encoding based on Magnum Semiconductor chipset platforms.

TDVision’s exhibit will feature Magnum Semiconductor DXTPro Chipsets running live encode of Full 1920×1080 per-eye view content into H.264 for distribution through cable and broadcast pipelines.

TDVision has partnered with Magnum Semiconductor, the leader in professional-grade compression processors, and together they will be demonstrating AVC coding of 1080p50/60 content at traditional 1080i50/60 bit rates at the CES 2010 show in Las Vegas. Its DXTPro processors achieve this feat through the use of four powerful cores in a two chipset configuration. The DXTPro is based on a scalable and flexible multi-core architecture, which delivers uncompromising video quality, highest channel-density and lowest bit rates. Multi-format support includes SD, HD and full HD at 1920×1080 at 50/60 frames/sec. The programmable architecture further supports multiple encoding standards, such as H.264/MPEG-4 Part 10 (AVC), MPEG-2 and VC-1, as well as multiple functions, such as encoding, transcoding and decoding. Magnum end-to-end, top quality progressive encoding, decoding solutions allow increased quality across the contribution and distribution broadcast chain.

Distribution and Transmission:

Through common infrastructure including transport stream encapsulated into ASI.


TDVision Systems will showcase seamless integration of the TDVCodec 2D+Delta System with CyberLink’s PowerDVD8 PC based Blu-ray playback software as well as NVIDIA Stereoscopic player seamless integration and the very well known DejaView TDVision media player application. The 2D+Delta implementation is a key part of the MVC standard.


The CyberLink 3D playback solution utilizes NVIDIA’s 3D Vision Bundle consisting of 120Hz Samsung LCD and stylish Nvidia active glasses for display.

TDVision Systems will also show Full HD 3D content playing on the Mitsubishi home cinema DLP with top quality XpanD active glasses. XpanD is the worldwide leader in active glasses distribution and active theater installations.

Additionally TDVision has partnered with HDI and will showcase the new 46″ HDI-Lite Micropol display by HDI sporting high quality polarizer technology, a home-target solution for stereoscopic visualization. Soon TDVision and HDI will present the first full HD laser based TV set with the TDVCodec receiver integrated.

Stereoscopic CG Render

TDVision will be discussing the TDVirtualCam, the patented technology for Dynamic stereoscopic convergence applicable for video games; computer generated content, graphics, sub-titles and Blu-ray menu renders.

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