Bang & Olufsen BeoVision 4-103 3D TV

| Jun 9, 2012
In BeoVision 4, Bang & Olufsen's advanced picture engines are combined with the best Full HD 3D plasma screens in 85 or 103 '', to achieve a phenomenal viewing experience. The external BeoSystem 3 module provides the intelligent technology behind the perfect picture and integrates all your high definition entertainment sources with complete digital sound.
Bang & Olufsen BeoVision 4-103

Active shutter glasses are synchronised with your 3D Bang & Olufsen TV via an infrared signal. When watching a 3D film, the stereoscopic method has the advantage of a Full High Definition 3D image for each eye versus other methods where the resolution is only half of Full HD. A compromise we couldn’t live with. The result is an uncanny perception of being right there in the actual scene.

Bang & Olufsen BeoVision 4-103 3D TV


The process of filming in 3D is quite interesting, designed to mimic the way you view things in real life. To achieve this, two cameras are mounted side-by-side, often on a rig separated by the same distance as between a person's pupils. When watching the finished film, the images are transmitted to the left and right eye sequentially (one after the other) in a continuous flow. A process called stereoscopic 3D imaging. In order to get the 3D effect, you need special active shutter glasses which decode what the cameras recorded.

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