The Patent Pending 3Dfier
is a directshow filter that transforms normal video file to 3D in realtime. 3Dfier filter works with popular media players and support various video format as long as the files were played using direcshow.
Here you can download demo versions for evaluation purpose. This demo version runs for around 10 minutes. We are happy to work with 3D display makers/OEMs to customize a filter that works for the specifc display. Anaglyph is not the best way you can view 3D with 3Dfier filter but it is most easily available. 3Dfier works perfectly with side-by-side 3D Displays such as iZ3D monitor. It also works with 3D Vision Video Player and Stereoscopic Player that supports multiple 3D Display devices including Zalman 3D monitor, nVidia 3D Vision, e-Dimensional shutter glasses and 3DTVs. Current version works with most versions of Media Player Classic. It also works with DVBViewer and allows you to watch DVB TV channels in 3D. Contact us for more information and partnership opportunity.

Monday, February 8, 2010

Copycat...

We are half-angry and half-flattered to hear that a big software company has tried to copy our solution and showed in CES this year. This company has signed NDA with us and by installing our software, agreed not to reverse-engineer what we have done. We heard they weren't able to copy our solution completely and the result still cannot compete with ours but still it hurts our big investment in the passing years and big efforts experimenting to come out the best formula for 3D. As our patent application is still pending and we only heard from witness from CES without seeing it ourselves, we are not going to have any legal action as yet before their software is on sale. In the meantime, we are working hard to come out the next generation algorithm to try to leave the competition further behind. Your support is the best motivation for us to keep going. Please help promote our solution if you like it. Thanks and wish you a happy Chinese New Year!

1 comment:

tsshek said...

I was actually at CES this year and happened to see the 2D to 3D demo from a TW based, well-known multimedia/DVD/BD software company. The 2D to 3D quality was not bad, still had some visual artifacts. Now that make me wonder if this is the software company that copycat your solution. Did I guess it right?

By the way, i downloaded your evaluation dshow filter and just want to say that you guys did a very good job! Keep it up!