An upcoming episode of the Rachael Ray show will be the first show to broadcast in full-color and 3-D on all televisions sets.
The episode is called “Rach’s Halloween Bash in 3-D” and airs October 29. Thanks to a special new type of 3-D glasses available in the October 25 issues of TV Guide Magazine, millions of viewers with regular televisions will be able to see Rachael Ray in full 3-D.
“It’s gratifying to begin commercial application of our unique 3-D technologies with the forward-thinking innovators at the Rachael Ray show,” said Gene Dolgoff, chief executive officer of 3-D Vision Inc., the New York Company that developed a process called “Full Color 3D” that is making the viewing experience possible.
“We’ve been dying to make a 3-D show for a long time and are excited to be working with 3-D Vision,” said Joe Freed, co-executive producer of the show. “We are looking forward to seeing how they bring this opportunity to life.”
The Full Color 3D process involves using glasses that eliminate older problems with 3-D TV by giving full-color images in total 3-D, balanced brightness and color filters are comfortably worn during the entire episode.
There is no reason to by a new TV, and the same glasses can provide full-color 3-D in all printed images for the first time. Demonstrations of capabilities of the glasses will be included in the October 25 issue of TV Guide Magazine.
The upcoming show was developed using a new process for converting images to 3-D called Auto 3-D, which allows for quick conversion at little cost.