CyberLink has revealed details of its plans for glasses-free 3D PC viewing, with an announcement regarding its "cutting-edge auto-stereo 3D solutions with strategic partners".

The makers of PowerDVD, which is the on-board optical playback solution for a vast array of manufacturer's laptops, states that its new partnerships will enable glasses-free viewing of stereo 3D Blu-ray playback on laptops and desktop PCs with PowerDVD using solutions including 3DeeFlector with Spatial View, 215FS01 with CPT and SeeFront 3D Rig.

“Our mission is to incorporate the latest video technologies for PowerDVD”, said Alice H. Chang, CEO of CyberLink. “We are glad to co-work with our strategic partners in delivering such an exciting, convenient and innovative 3D movie experience on PCs”.

“The 3DeeFlector provides laptop manufacturers with a low cost and easy migration path to stereoscopic 3D”, said Ihor Petelycky, GM of Core Technology and Applications at Spatial View. “We are confident that the experience of watching 3D movies and digital content without the need for special glasses will have a positive impact on the adoption of stereo 3D by laptop owners”.

CyberLink also recently announced a deal with RealD, a leading global licensor of 3D technologies for cinema, consumer electronics and professional applications, to enhance the 3D technology in PowerDVD as well as an agreement through which Sensio’s 3D decoding technology will be integrated into the CyberLink PowerDVD media player software for retail sale and in custom versions for the OEM market.

The 3D revolution is definitely in full swing, are you on board?

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