Technicolor 15-points 3D Checklist
As announced here, Technicolor lauched in 2010 the Certifi3D program geared towards broadcasters and network service providers with the goal of delivering quality and comfortable 3D experiences to end consumers.
The Certifi3D program
“Our 3D certification platform allows our stereo technicians to quickly and precisely diagnose many of the issues that create viewer fatigue and discomfort” says Pierre (Pete) Routhier, Technicolor’s Vice President for 3D product strategy and business development. “Our goal in launching the Certifi3D program was to take a proactive approach in support of the industry to ensure a consistent and quality end consumer 3D experience in the home.”
Technicolor is a leader in providing an array of 3D services to its media and entertainment customers ranging from 3D visual effects, post production, Blu-ray 3D services, 3D VOD encoding to mobile 3D.
The 15 point Technicolor checklist
The 15-point checklist is descibed in a nice 68x101 cm poster (27x40", 1.1 Mb, .pdf format) that you can download and print in any size up to 3 feet high here.
The 15 points checked by Certifi3D are:
- Depth of Field
- Reflections, Palorization, Flares
- Full Reverse Stereo
- Edge mismatch
- Partial reverse video
- depth mismatch
- Visual mismatch
- 2D to 3D Ratio
- High Contrast / Ghosting
If you want to validate any 3D content against the 15 above criteria, contact Technicolor's Certifi3D certification lab.