3D autostereoscopic monitors - which one?

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    Can you help?

    We are a small specialist technical production company based in the UK. We have been asked to produce a short natural history film as part of an exhibition in London.

    We are now looking at suitable autostereoscopic displays and are having a lot of trouble getting recommendations and indeed specifications from manufacturers. We have been looking at Toshibas 3D Regaza range, Team ACX Vibrante 3DX and Tridelity's SL series. Toshibas system is on the market in Japan but we cant get any information out of the company about specs (we are happy to import). The Vibrante should be on the market later this year but they are taking no messages!

    What we need to know is how these multi point view systems handle a stereo 3D image, whether these monitors can display 'stereo 3D' from each viewing angle or whether this is restricted to a head-on angle alone? Also do these monitor convert stereo 3D content as it is played or is it necessary to first process the material in some way? Remember we are creating live action material with wildlife and not computer generated 3D material so we can only use two cameras!

    Here is hoping someone has experience of such issues! Ilook forward to hearing from you in the near future
     
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    spatial view

    http://www.spatialview.com/

    These guys are pretty awesome, have links in the uk already, and have experience working with media companies for things such as this. I produced a short animated film with a small broadcast film company which had strong links with spatial view. They are very very good and even have all the right software and plugins for converting images into 3d for use with different devices. They could at least point you in the right direction. Hope it helps.
     
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    Been away for a few days on a job and only just checked in here. I have had a brief look at Spatial View and they do seem interesting. Thanks for that.
     
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