[Tig] New 3D tech in Europe...impacts color correction?

Lin Sebastian Kayser cml at iridas.com
Sun Aug 15 20:40:08 BST 2010

Infitec is the technology behind Dolby 3D, which is widely deployed in cinemas already.

In practice it's not more of a big deal than all the other technologies which also need specific adaptation LUTs for correct color reproduction. So depending on your point of view, it's either a big or a small problem, depending on how the cinema or TV is set up....

   Lin Sebastian Kayser     IRIDAS
   CEO                      www.iridas.com  

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> From: tig-bounces at colorist.org [mailto:tig-bounces at colorist.org] On
> Behalf Of Jim Lindelien
> Sent: Samstag, 14. August 2010 20:19
> To: tig at colorist.org
> Subject: [Tig] New 3D tech in Europe...impacts color correction?
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> I saw this news today:
> http://www.physorg.com/news200914845.html?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_me
> dium=twitter
> in which a new 3D in-home viewing technology uses narrow band RGB
> filters for the left eye and a slightly different pass band of RBG
> filters for the right eye.  Does not sound like a Good Thing from the
> standpoint of colorimetry.  Anyone have any specific details on how
> this will impact color correction or whether the vendor has given
> critical thought to it?
> Jim Lindelien
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