July 1999

  • Manuel R. Gutierrez
The Company

ImmersiON-VRelia is focused on the creation of wide field-of-view 3D Stereoscopic Head Mounted Displays (HMD) and Heads Up Displays (HUD) for Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) for multiple industries.

The Lumiere

Honored with a Lumiere Award for it’s contribution to the 3D Industry with the 3D-Bluray Codec.

Dynamic Convergence

Dynamic Convergence encompasses a set of libraries that simplify the process of making VR experiences. Dynamic Convergence provides a human eye emulation solution that can be used to render video games or computer generated content into fully immersive Stereoscopic VR 360 experiences. By identifying the object of interest within the environment, Dynamic Convergence estimates the convergence angle and stereo separation of the virtual cameras needed for a natural viewing of the environment.


TDVision created Advanced Delta Profile|Dynamic Adaptive Transport Stream. ADP|DATS is a highly advanced multi-layer Non-DCT based multi-camera codec that maximizes the quality and optimizes the bitstream based on overlap and redundancies and dynamically adjusts in real time to the available bandwidth. Specifically designed for multiple camera acquisition, the ADP|DATS is applicable for Immersive 3D360, 2D360, 3D arrays like Spherical, Cylindrical cameras, Multi-view cameras, Autostereoscopic, Stereoscopic and Lightfield. The ADP|Dats offers full service compatibility across multiple platforms maximizing the target audience. ADP|DATS uses vector encoding and decoding, this is due to the vectorized Non-DCT based mathematical method utilized as an out-of-the-box approach.


GREM (Gesture Recognition and Environment Mapping) is a set of methods developed using Neural Networks and Artificial Intelligence.  The GPU processing power is leveraged to create a self contained stereoscopic camera subsystem. This subsystem identifies the gestures of the user when Virtual Reality environments are active, without the need for haptic devices, external sensors, external laser scanners or any other cameras. Besides gesture recognition, the subsystem creates a 3D virtual model of the environment around the user. This enables absolute tracking and provides the proper depth cues for mixed reality.


MVC Codec Standard (2D+Delta Codec): TDVision created the 2D+Delta codec, now known as MVC MultiView Video Codec. The MVC – 2D+Delta Codec takes advantage of the redundancies between multiple frames or image views. It became part of the global ISO-14496-10 MVC Standard. Then, in December 2009, the Blu-ray Disc Association announced the adoption of the MVC standard as the official specification for 3D Blu-ray movies and players world wide. TDVision received the Lumiere award from the Advanced Imaging Society for its creation of the MVC  2D+Delta Codec.

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