With reference to CCDL 3D display technologies, 3D LED Display are categorized by three kinds of display mode:
Polarization mode requires spectacles for 3D viewing, which is a kind of either linear or circular polarizer. In principle the pre-designed frames will be viewed via the polarizer when the polarization direction of the LED lighting pixels of screen is aligned with the polarization direction of the polarizer. Then the 3D effect will be viewed when the left-eye polarizer and right-eye polarizer reproduce the corresponded different view-depth frames accordingly. This category of 3D Video Displays can be widely used in the cinemas, opera houses, concert halls, shopping centers and high-rank of entertainments etc. CCDL produced the first polarization 3D LED video display system (with CCDL patent) in June 2011.
Naked-eye mode does not require polarizing spectacles. However the technology is based on a technical platform called “Lenticular” approach, which means that the polarizing process is not on the spectacles but right in front of the screen. With the great development of naked-eye 3D displays, it has a very brilliant future. Especially for advertising, it can be used anywhere. CCDL produced the first naked-eye 3D LED video display in April 2010.
Electronic Shutter Mode
Electronic Shutter mode requires a special pair of glasses to view this category of 3D Video Displays. Left picture and Right picture will be displayed alternatively on the screen. With that the electronic shutters on the glasses will be operated synchronously. This could be quite different form the home application. For home TV, limited several pairs of glasses will be OK. From that, the future development of this category of 3D video display could be limited. CCDL made the first one in the world in Oct. 1997.
CCDL: World-class 3D LED Display Systems
CCDL is a leading LED technology developer, manufacturer and supplier of state-of-the-art LED modular video screens. They can be assembled into from small to very large scale video screens for indoor and outdoor applications. CCDL owns a lot of intellectual properties with a lot of patents in the display industry.
Typically, CCDL’s products were applied in Adelaide V8 Super Car Racing 2006, Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) and Sydney Football Stadium (SFS) for the Olympic Game 2000 in Sydney.
CCDL and Corona are offering the novel 3-D LED color video screen for both indoor and outdoor display applications. We bring you to a real 3D environment – we bring you to the new world.