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Project for my FIT class

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  • 4D
    Presenting the new technology;
  • Kristina Bakes – 4D – 11/3/10 – 2:42PM
    The Past…
    • Typical red and blue lens paper glasses were used
    • Could be used on newer home TVs and movie screens
    • lowest 3D quality
    How do they work?
    • Two images are displayed on the screen, one in blue one in red
    • The two different colored lenses allows only one images to each eye
    • Then, your brain puts them together
    • Has low quality because since colors are used to project images, the actual color picture gets distorted
    Kristina Bakes – 4D – 11/3/10 – 2:42PM
  • Kristina Bakes – 4D – 11/3/10 – 2:42PM
    The Present…
    • Glasses no longer use the red and blue lenses
    • There is more resemblance to goggles
    • Preferred method of 3D because it allows color films
    How do they work?
    • Two synchronized projects project an image onto the screen, each with a different polarization
    • The glasses allow only one type of polarization in each eye and your brain buts the images together
    Kristina Bakes – 4D – 11/3/10 – 2:42PM
  • Kristina Bakes – 4D – 11/3/10 – 2:42PM
    Purpose and Objectives
    • Highlights of the technology
    • Allows individuals to be immersed in what they are watching instead of just watching it.
    • Your surrounded by the movie
    • You feel as if you’re a part of the movie
    • You can do this at home – no more driving to a movie theater
    • Be surrounded by the movie instead of just watching it
    • Portable
    • Also compatible with video games
    Kristina Bakes – 4D – 11/3/10 – 2:42PM
  • Kristina Bakes – 4D – 11/3/10 – 2:42PM
    Purpose and Objectives
    • Objectives of the technology
    • To allow individuals to be immersed in what they are watching
    • To provide a more interactive gaming experience
    • To create a better “3D” experience
    Kristina Bakes – 4D – 11/3/10 – 2:42PM
  • Kristina Bakes – 4D – 11/3/10 – 2:42PM
    Specifications
    • You must own either a TV or a gaming console in order for it to work
    • Takes up no storage space
    • One piece helmet
    • One size fits all
    • Wifi capability
    Kristina Bakes – 4D – 11/3/10 – 2:42PM
  • Kristina Bakes – 4D – 11/3/10 – 2:42PM
    Technology – Brief Introduction
    • Brief introduction to the technology
    • A simulation helmet allows you to enter your movies and games immersed in 3D
    • Advantages
    • . You no longer have to drive to the movies
    • You save on gas
    • You don’t have to pay for a movie ticket
    • . You feel as if you are a part of the action
    • . Your surrounded by the movies environment
    • . Compatible with game consoles
    • You can become part of your game
    Kristina Bakes – 4D – 11/3/10 – 2:42PM
  • Kristina Bakes – 4D – 11/3/10 – 2:42PM
    Special Features
    • Allows you to be a part of your game
    • Allows you to become part of a movie
    • Every aspect of what your watching is three dimensional; no longer just certain parts
    • Does not take up any memory storage
    • Wireless – sync’s with your game console or TV
    • Up to three can sync together over wifi
    Kristina Bakes – 4D – 11/3/10 – 2:42PM
  • Kristina Bakes – 4D – 11/3/10 – 2:42PM
    Comparison with like technologies
    Comparison table:
    Kristina Bakes – 4D – 11/3/10 – 2:42PM
  • Kristina Bakes – 4D – 11/3/10 – 2:42PM
    Competitors / Similar technology
    • 3D TV Hardware
    • 3D Movies
    • Computer-synthesized holograms
    • 3D Virtual Environments
    • Holographic TV
    Kristina Bakes – 4D – 11/3/10 – 2:42PM
  • Kristina Bakes – 4D – 11/3/10 – 2:42PM
    Development Environment
    Software requirements
    • Newer TV ( ex. Plasma or LCD)
    • Game console ( Xbox 360, PS3, or Wii)
    Disk space requirements
    • None
    How to use
    • Hit sync button and allow several seconds for it to connect to your TV
    • To use with a gaming console, turn it on before hitting the sync button
    • Once you start the game or movie, the helmet begins to work
    Kristina Bakes – 4D – 11/3/10 – 2:42PM
  • Kristina Bakes – 4D – 11/3/10 – 2:42PM
    Execution Environment
    Software requirements
    • Game console
    • Compatible with Xbox 360, PS3, and Wii’s
    • Newer TV ( ex. Plasma or LCD – projections are not 3D capable)
    Debugging facilities
    • Any defective equipment can be sent to our main office
    • Located in Providence, Rhode Island
    Kristina Bakes – 4D – 11/3/10 – 2:42PM
  • Kristina Bakes – 4D – 11/3/10 – 2:42PM
    Conclusion
    Advantages and special features
    • Wireless
    • Also works with gaming consoles
    • Wifi Compatibility for viewing parties and multi player gaming
    • Your surrounded in 3D; you are no longer seeing the flat surface of a TV and everything surrounding it
    Kristina Bakes – 4D – 11/3/10 – 2:42PM