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Television Graphics Hardware

3D HDMI Specification Is Set Free 100

An anonymous reader writes "The licenser of the HDMI specification has announced the intent to 'secure the application of 3D' by making the 3D portion of the HDMI 1.4 Specification available for public download, as well as extracts from the upcoming HDMI 1.4a. While the spec includes a 3D component, apparently not everyone has decided to sign up to adopt it. Given the developments happening in DisplayPort v1.2, the next year in displays looks like it will be an interesting one."
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3D HDMI Specification Is Set Free

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  • Stereoscopic, (Score:2, Informative)

    by Anonymous Coward on Monday February 08, 2010 @05:53AM (#31059354)

    not 3D. You insensitive clods.

  • Re:Truly (Score:3, Informative)

    by L4t3r4lu5 ( 1216702 ) on Monday February 08, 2010 @08:11AM (#31059784)
    Nothing to do with the fact that your staff could have two windows side by side, thereby probably doubling CPU load?

    The only time I've felt that my 24" home monitor could be used effectively as a work tool (and not just for games, at least without fiddling with windows sizes all the time) is with Win7. Drag the title bar to the side of the screen and it automatically maximises to one-half the horizontal width.

    That's just begging for widescreen TFTs in the workplace.

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