3D Viewing

Even brighter and high-quality 3D images of D-ILA

In addition to JVC’s original Frame Addressing method to reproduce 3D images with vivid colours, the optical engine featuring a set of new D-ILA devices is capable of achieving more brightness. Furthermore, 3D image adjustment functions such as Crosstalk Cancelling are featured to offer the kind of realistic and exciting 3D images that only D-ILA can provide.

3D

3D method

It is now possible to enjoy the excitement of 3D stereoscopic images in the comfort of your living room without using a special screen. JVC projectors employ a Frame Sequential 3D method to display left and right images sequentially, which, when viewed with a pair of 3D Active Shutter glasses that darken alternately for each eye, enable 3D images to be viewed.

3D method

How 3D stereoscopic images are perceived

The mechanism behind 3D viewing involves binocular disparity, a unique form of depth perception used by humans that takes two different views and moulds them together into a three-dimensional object. 3D video content is created by using a special camera with two separate lenses that can record images for the left and right eyes sequentially. These recorded images for the left and right eyes are projected separately on the projector and synchronized, which when viewed by 3D glasses that darken sequentially for each eye, create binocular disparity to enable the brain to perceive them as 3D stereoscopic images.

Binocular disparity, a unique human perception


3D formats

The DLA-X9000,X7000,X5000 are compatible with a variety of 3D formats including Frame Packing for Blu-ray 3D, Side-by-Side (used mainly for broadcasting), and Top-and-Bottom.

Frame Packing Side-by-Side Top-and-Bottom


Frame Addressing – the D-ILA Method

Thanks to JVC's D-ILA driving method, Frame Addressing reproduces more colourful and vivid 3D video content with reduced crosstalk (image overlapping). What's more, this technology incorporates newly developed driving circuitry that helps to drastically improve image brightness.


The D-ILA delivers a bright 3D image

JVC's Frame Addressing driving method draws images in a single frame at one time to enable the shutter on the 3D glasses for one eye to remain open for an extended period to realise a brighter 3D picture.

The D-ILA delivers a bright 3D image

Minimised crosstalk 3D by D-ILA

Line Addressing utilises a fast-shutter approach, but when the shutters are switched between the left and right eyes, crosstalk can be generated where the left and right images overlap. JVC's Frame Addressing driving method draws images in a single frame at one time to deliver 3D picture with less crosstalk.

Minimised crosstalk 3D by D-ILA

Crosstalk Cancelling

The innovative Crosstalk Cancelling function drastically reduces crosstalk from intensity levels that are likely to generate this phenomenon by first analysing the video signal for the left and right eyes and then correcting the levels via an original algorithm. This ensures the reproduction of more natural and clear pictures that are easier on the eyes to heighten the viewing enjoyment of more realistic 3D video content.

Crosstalk Cancelling OFF

Crosstalk Cancelling ON

* Simulated picture to demonstrate picture enhancement.


Parallax

To adjust for the parallax difference between each eye, this function finely controls image disparity between the left eye and right eye to ensure more natural stereoscopic reproduction with less distortion.

Disparity adjustment LOW

Disparity adjustment HIGH

* Simulated picture to demonstrate picture enhancement.


Options to Enjoy 3D Viewing

PK-AG3 RF 3D Glasses

  • Rechargeable Type
  • Lightweight - only 38 g
  • Continuous operation approx. 100 H
  • Features 2D modes
  • Range of use: 10 m (10 meter radius from the 3D Synchro Emitter)
  • Dimensions 170 x 40 x 165 mm (WxHxD)
PK-AG3-B

PK-EM2 RF 3D Synchro Emitter

  • Wireless (direct connection with the projector)
  • Lightweight-only 20 g
  • Dimensions 48.9 x 14.5 x 65 mm (WxHxD)
PK-EM2

THX 3D Display Certification

The DLA-X9000 and X7000 are accredited with THX 3D Certification, which is established to ensure the precise reproduction of picture quality in home environments for both 2D and 3D content just as the original filmmaker envisioned. Encompassing more than 400 laboratory tests to evaluate a projector's colour accuracy, cross-talk, viewing angles and video processing, this certification helps to guarantee high-definition quality.


Notes about viewing 3D video content

  • The optional 3D Sync Emitter and 3D glasses are required to view 3D images from the DLA-X9000, X7000 and X5000. 3D video software (3D media or output of 3D broadcasts) and a 3D-compatible video player are also required.
  • Perception of 3D images will vary with individual viewers.
  • Stop viewing 3D images immediately if any discomfort such headaches, dizziness, eye fatigue, etc. occur.
  • Viewing of 3D images by children under the age of five is not recommended.
  • Read the User Manual and Safety Precautions carefully before viewing any 3D source.

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