Cameron Pace Group Busy With 'Avatar' Sequels; '2D Plus' Development
HollywoodReporter.com reported from CES that during a panel at the International CES, a group of 3D stakeholders asserted that glasses-free 3D is the key to rebooting this sector.
Cameron executed his 3D vision in 2009’s Avatar. “We have tall marching orders with the Avatar sequels,” Welch reported, adding that the company is also focused on research and development, including a ‘2D-plus’ camera system that he described as a 2D camera with two micro cameras that are used to capture and create a depth map.
This ties in with a partnership between CPG and Dolby, which was announced at the 2013 NAB Show, aimed at making glasses-free 3D happen in the home. Dolby’s senior director of broadcast imaging, Roland Vlaicu, explained that the data captured with the CPG 2D-plus system is information that can be used to put the program on displays equipped with Dolby 3D glasses-free 3D technology.
Dolby 3D is incorporated in various demos around the CES exhibition, including a prototype 85-inch 8K glasses-free 3D TV from Sharp.