ActiveVideo to unveil 3D user interface
By Julian Clover
Published: September 3, 2010 10.13 Europe/London
IBC 2010 – Hall 3, Stand B20. A new 3DTV user interface (UI) suitable for use with any existing set-top box, CI+ enabled television, or web connected device will be unveiled by ActiveVideo Networks at IBC 2010.
The US-Dutch company says that network processing and ultra-efficient streaming of its CloudTV platform can create a 3D navigational and menuing environment that can surpass the current 2D implementations.
“As 3D continues to gain mass appeal, the optimal environment will include not just content, but enhanced navigation as well,” said Ronald Brockmann, managing director, Europe for ActiveVideo Networks. “Our IBC demonstration is designed to show how a 3D user interface that is rendered in the network ‘cloud’ can be streamed to any connected device – including CI+ TVs – enabling subscribers to enjoy a seamless 3D experience.”
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