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18/08/2010

Cotech's 3D Future In Sight At IBC

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A manufacturer of a variety of coated films, will use IBC to announce the global launch of their 3D glasses.
Cotech have developed specific colours of 3D glass lenses for two different types of systems, Anaglyphic which requires a red and cyan filter and TrioScopics which requires magenta and green filters.
The images which are used to provide a stereoscopic 3D effect when viewed with two colour glasses are made up of two colour layers, superimposed, but offset with respect to each other, to produce a depth effect. Complementary colour anaglyphs employ one of a pair of complementary colour filters for each eye, most commonly red and cyan. The red filter admits only light at the red end of the spectrum and absorbs strongly in the blue spectrum, whilst the cyan blocks red light and passes blue and green.
Cotech claims to be the only company in the world to have formulated these four colour lenses specifically for use in 3D glasses for complementary colour anaglyphs and TrioScopics systems. This gives the advantage of a greater transmission of light and therefore a greater depth 4-colour 3D with depth and clarity without compromising colours, flesh tones, and light.
Cotech offers a bespoke 3D glass service, full colour printing, logos, customer own branding, customer design and specific packaging specification.
Visit Cotech at IBC 2010 in the lighting hall 11 stand number A054.
(BMcN)Cotech's 3D Future In Sight At IBC
A manufacturer of a variety of coated films, will use IBC to announce the global launch of their 3D glasses.
Cotech have developed specific colours of 3D glass lenses for two different types of systems, Anaglyphic which requires a red and cyan filter and TrioScopics which requires magenta and green filters.
The images which are used to provide a stereoscopic 3D effect when viewed with two colour glasses are made up of two colour layers, superimposed, but offset with respect to each other, to produce a depth effect. Complementary colour anaglyphs employ one of a pair of complementary colour filters for each eye, most commonly red and cyan. The red filter admits only light at the red end of the spectrum and absorbs strongly in the blue spectrum, whilst the cyan blocks red light and passes blue and green.
Cotech claims to be the only company in the world to have formulated these four colour lenses specifically for use in 3D glasses for complementary colour anaglyphs and TrioScopics systems. This gives the advantage of a greater transmission of light and therefore a greater depth 4-colour 3D with depth and clarity without compromising colours, flesh tones, and light.
Cotech offers a bespoke 3D glass service, full colour printing, logos, customer own branding, customer design and specific packaging specification.
Visit Cotech at IBC 2010 in the lighting hall 11 stand number A054.
(BMcN)
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