The 3D Universe was inaugurated by Dr. Larry James, COO of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory of NASA on March 29, 2016. In the 3D Universe, we use the new polarising system for 3D projection.
Many of today’s cinematic 3D experiences are delivered via polarising systems. These send the projector’s light through polarising filters that force the light waves to oscillate in two different directions, one intended for the left eye and the other for the right. A special polarisation preserving screen is required. Filters on the glasses allow the lenses to passively pick up the light meant for each eye. The brain combines the two images and we visualise a three-dimensional space. Colour is improved and cross-talk (when one eye picks up an image meant for the other) is virtually eliminated with the polarising method, delivering an unforgettable 3D viewing experience.