This new report confirms what I keep stressing - with all these new displays the greatest need is for content!
This article caught my eye and I thought I would pass it on. With this projected market it so obvious to me that there are masses of opportunities emerging for great 3D content. However, creating immersive 3D environments is quite different from creating 3D animation for a 2D screen. New ways of telling stories in 3D are evolving but it is a great time for all artists/designers/architects/film-makers to jump in with both feet and invent their own. Join me for my newly forming class on "Creating Content in the 4th Dimension" which will begin at the end of March. Further details to come shortly.
3D Displays Market Will Soar Above $110,000,000,000 in 2020Posted in 3D Market & Trends
According to a new report by Allied Market Research, the global 3D Display market is expected to reach $112.9 billion by 2020, growing 26.8% each year until then. TVs and smartphones will drive the 3D stereoscopic display market significantly by year 2020, contributing more than 2/3rd of overall market revenue collectively.
Report Title: "Global 3D Display Market - Size, Industry Analysis, Trends, Opportunities, Growth and Forecast, 2013 - 2020"
LEDs and OLEDs Will DominateAmong all types of 3D displays which includes volumetric, stereoscopic and HMD; the stereoscopic and auto-stereoscopic displays should remain the most preferred type of 3D display due to their applications in TVs, smartphones and monitors. The LED backlighted LCD technology products are commonly used for 3D displays, which would experience further increase in its adoption due to compact and energy efficient solution against CCFL backlighting. The CCFL technology should be completely replaced by LED backlighting by 2015. The modern technology OLED would gain surge in terms of adoption, and experience fastest growth over the forecast period.
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