Of ghosts and screens

October 31, 2018
  • Insights
Written by Goran Stojmenovik, Senior Product Manager, Barco
Did you ever hear of ‘ghosting’ or ‘crosstalk’ in combination with ‘3D’? You might have even seen this effect occur on a 3D image. 

In this article, Goran Stojmenovik from Barco:

•    Describes the ghosting effect
•    Explains how it’s caused
•    Gives guidance on what you should consider when choosing a 3D system to avoid this


What is ghosting?

Ghosting is an effect that’s seen in a 3D image with your glasses on, where a certain object seems to be followed by a dimmer trail, or where the subtitles have a visible shadow. The other word for ghosting is ‘crosstalk’, which is technically more correct and indicates the source of this effect.

Read the full article here  


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