IBC 2012: SterGen to Highlight Footbal, Tennis, Baseball 2D to 3D Conversion

SterGen uses the normal 2D sports feed and automatically converts it on-the-fly into high quality 3D in real time, with lower operational costs while providing a viewer experience that is similar and at times even better than  native 3D. At IBC 2012 in Amsterdam this week, SterGen will be exhibiting:

2D to 3D conversion for the following sports types:

  • Football
  • Tennis
  • Baseball

SterGen’s innovative technology solves the flatness problem of the wide angle shots in sports venues while embodying the sports specific variables into the low cameras as well, thus providing a superior and scalable 3D viewing experience.

Production workflows supporting a variety of needs and configurations:

  • Full 2D →3D  conversion of venue feeds. This can be done in the comfort of your studio or anywhere else on the video path.
  • Hybrid Production: SterGen’s system can be deployed in the stadium and integrated with the OB equipment. Typically the conversion is done for the high 2D cameras while native 3D is used for the low cameras.
  • Archive and Highlights real time conversion  (both SD and HD material)
  • 3D Graphics Integration – SterGen detects depth changes and matches video and graphics depth of field according to the parallax

Multi-Screen delivery and display:

SterGen’s system can take a single 2D source and simultaneously produce several 3D feeds fitting the different stereo requirements of different display screens – cinema, TV sets, smartphones and tablets!

For more information and meeting coordination with SterGen executives please contact: info@stergen.tv

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