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Jason Strougo – CGI Director/President Hangman Digital Studios, LLC


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The IQ™ cross-platform 3D map is a smartphone app. (iPhone, Android).

 

These apps contain helpful resources such as 3D interactive maps, updated info, and mobile “Near Field Communication” (NFC).  IQ™ powered apps have powerful location and wayfinding resources.

 

The benefits of these features is that they are always ready to link to our network. For example, if a mall shopper uses an IQ kiosk to get directions to another wing of the mall and forgets halfway through the journey, the smartphone can help the shopper get back on track. Specifically, the smart phone can provide a campus overview as well as individual floor plans.

 

Recently, the Association of National Advertisers—which includes advertisers, agencies, media, and researchers—announced a new initiative to create a new measurement standard and metric for the interaction of consumers with advertising in an attempt to address the complexity of today’s media choices and consumer-empowered media consumption.  The objective is to develop powerful new ways of quantifying consumer involvement using evolving digital and interactive media, including marketer-initiated and consumer-initiated engagement with brands, products and services.

 

Yet while ad messaging and consumer generated media (CGM) is proliferating at unheard-of levels across diverse platforms, the impact of any single impression is eroding dramatically. In the shifting landscape of interrelated instant messaging, VOIP, P2P, opt-in mobile advertising, peer-to-peer networks, ROI analysis, weblog publishing and micro payments, a new interactive model of qualified and quantified mode targeted ad and content delivery is a necessity.

 

TIMESPACE is positioned to augment this shifting landscape by providing immersive ad and content dialogue infrastructure in precise time and space or constrained parameters. Our company’s dedication for 3D time-and-space governed communications and interactions in media could prove to be one of our most significant contributions to this growing industry.  Fueling this conclusion is the belief that 3D UHD interactive screens can have a greater impact than traditional digital 2D advertising.

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Ultra-High Definition 3D

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TIMESPACE Autostereoscopic IQ3D™ kiosks are special displays which allow many different types of content to be seen spatially in 3D.

IQ™ Universal Kiosk advertising creates an interactive portal with the use of 3D technology without glasses.

The 3D image creates the impression that the product is floating in the air. Clients that use IQ™ benefit from the high impact created by this unique presentation.

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The IQ™ Interactive network seamlessly bridges the gap between mobile and kiosk control.

 

Native language translation links foreign users with the correct location and products. These selections are stored in a stylish 3D interface designed to aid the user in a total interactive experience. Users get what they want, only when they want.

Autostereoscopic Technology (Part I of III)

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Dr. Antonio Lopes PhD.

CIO / R&D Head, TImespace Media Group

 

3D technology has advanced significantly with the introduction of high definition resolution. As known, the human perceptual cues used to visualize the 3D structures are available in 2D projections. This allows us to make sense of photographs, TV images, cinema screens or computer monitors and the cues includes occlusion, perspective, familiar size and atmospheric haze.

 
Display technology researchers focus their attention to cues that are missing in 2D media, stereo parallax, movement parallax, accommodation and convergence and reach results that provide at least two missing cues, the stereo parallax (seeing different images in each eye without special glasses) and movement parallax , known as Autostereoscopic displays.

 

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Autostereoscopic displays provide a 3D image without the viewers needing to wear any special gear. The 3D displays we all know require the use of special glasses that present two different images on the same plane. The glasses select which of the two images are visible to each eye. This technology can be done in different ways: standard color display combined with colored glasses; two standard displays, made coplanar by a half-silvered mirror, combine with polarized glasses; two projectors, projecting to a polarized screen combined with polarized glasses; and double frame rate display combined with shuttered glasses. All these displays are available to the consumer but with limited use.

 

We easily find an IMAX cinema image close by projecting movies to viewers using Polaroid or shutter glasses. Stereoscopic cinema employes Anaglyphs, in which the right component of the image is superposed on the left component in a contrasting color to produce a 3D effect when viewers see the images through a filter (glasses).

 

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Ultra High Definition TV: the Medium is the Message

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David Russell Schilling
Writer, Researcher IndustryTap

How is UHDTV Different?

The International Telecommunications Union (ITU), in Geneva, Switzerland, hosts annual meetings of engineers from around the world during which new standards for television are discussed and planned.

 
New TV standards are all about image quality. For example, in 2004 a typical handheld camera provided 2 megapixels or 2 million pixels of resolution; this is the same resolution provided by High Definition Television (HDTV) broadcasts.

 

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