Implementation Of Stereoscopic 3D Systems On Cable (2010)

By David K. Broberg, Cable Television Laboratories, Inc. and Mark Francisco, Comcast Cable Communications, Inc.

Three-dimensional television is already upon is. Most of the major TV brands are introducing new models this year and some are already shipping. A tremendous effort has been made to pave the way for the introduction of stereoscopic 3D services over cable systems. This paper describes some of the implementation challenges that have already been overcome as well as some that remain.

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