DarbeeVision has crafted 3D-to-2D technology that allows depth information to be rendered on normal displays, potentially enhancing both still and video imagery without the funky glasses. Look for "DarbeeVision Inside" on high-end displays starting this fall. R.C.J.
The original 2D image on the left looks flat and out-of-focus compared to the DarbeeVision enhanced image (right) where 3D highlights are emphasized.
Here is what EETimes says about DarbeeVision: Dolby took the very best available audio and made it better, but nothing like it has existed for video. Now DarbeeVision Inc. hopes to do for video what Dolby did for audio—enhance the details while suppressing the noise. And like the first Dolby devices for audio, the first DarbeeVision equipped devices—due out by Christmas—will be equipped with a on/off button, so you can prove to yourself how well it improves picture quality...
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