All Academic, Inc. Research Logo

Info/CitationFAQResearchAll Academic Inc.

From Stereoscopy to 3D HD Image:A Review of 3D HDTV Diffusion from the Perspective of Technology Adoption
Unformatted Document Text:  23 Costa, D. (2010). 3D TV requires rose-colored glasses. PC Magazine, 29 (3), p1-1. Darrah, W. C. (1977). The World of Stereographs. Gettysburg, PA: Darrah. Dempsey, P. (2010). The third dimension can wait [3DTV]. Engineering & Technology, 5(2), p34-35. Dickson, G. (2008). 3D HD mavericks take to the skies. Broadcasting & Cable, 138 (13), p50-50. Dickson, G. (2010). 3DTV 2010: 3D Is Ready For Primetime. Broadcasting & Cable, 140(22), p13-13. Doll, W.J., & Torkzadeh, G. (1988). The measurement of end user computing satisfaction. MIS Quarterly, 12(2), p258-274. Ellis, L. (2010). 3DTV and Bandwidth. Multichannel News, 31(3), p18-18. Ellis, L. (2010b). Why eyewear-free 3DTVs are hard to build. Multichannel News, 31(20), p22- 22. Finn, N. (2007). 3-D HDTV the next frontier. Television Week, 26 (1), p17-17. Fishbein, M. & Ajzen, I. (2010). Predicting and changing behavior: The reasoned action approach. New York: Psychology Press. Fry, A. (9/29/2010). 3DTV: the Avatar effect. Marketing (00253650), p28-29. Iozzio, C. (2010). 3-D COMES HOME. Popular Science, 276(2), p20-20. Ives, B., Olson, M.H., & Baroudi, J.J. (1983). The measurement of user information satisfaction. Communications of the ACM, 26 (10), p785-793. Johnson, J.G., Cohen, P., Smailes, E.M., Kasen, S., & Brook, J.S. (2002). Television viewing and aggressive behavior during adolescence and adulthood. Science, 295(5564), p2468-2471. Johnson, R. C. (2010). Researchers warn 3-DTV can be tough on the eyes, body, brain. Electronic Engineering Times, 1581, p30-31. Lieberman, D., & Baig, E. C. (9/9/2010). Study: glasses for 3D TV are no fun. USA Today. Midgley, D.F. & Dowling R.G. (1978). Innovativeness-concept and its measurement. Journal of Consumer Research 4(4), p229-242. Pechard, S., Carnec, M., Callet, P.L. & Barba, D. (2006). From SD to HD television: Effects of H.264 distortions versus display size on quality of experience. International Conference onImage Processing. Atlanta : United States, (pp: 409-412).

Authors: Song, Xu.
first   previous   Page 24 of 25   next   last

background image
Costa, D. (2010). 3D TV requires rose-colored glasses. PC Magazine, 29 (3), p1-1.
Darrah, W. C. (1977). The World of Stereographs. Gettysburg, PA: Darrah.
Dempsey, P. (2010). The third dimension can wait [3DTV]. Engineering & Technology, 5(2),
Dickson, G. (2008). 3D HD mavericks take to the skies. Broadcasting & Cable, 138 (13), p50-50.
Dickson, G. (2010). 3DTV 2010: 3D Is Ready For Primetime. Broadcasting & Cable, 140(22),
Doll, W.J., & Torkzadeh, G. (1988). The measurement of end user computing satisfaction. MIS
Quarterly, 12(2), p258-274.
Ellis, L. (2010). 3DTV and Bandwidth. Multichannel News, 31(3), p18-18.
Ellis, L. (2010b). Why eyewear-free 3DTVs are hard to build. Multichannel News, 31(20), p22-
Finn, N. (2007). 3-D HDTV the next frontier. Television Week, 26 (1), p17-17.
Fishbein, M. & Ajzen, I. (2010). Predicting and changing behavior: The reasoned action
approach. New York: Psychology Press.
Fry, A. (9/29/2010). 3DTV: the Avatar effect. Marketing (00253650), p28-29.
Iozzio, C. (2010). 3-D COMES HOME. Popular Science, 276(2), p20-20.
Ives, B., Olson, M.H., & Baroudi, J.J. (1983). The measurement of user information satisfaction.
Communications of the ACM, 26 (10), p785-793.
Johnson, J.G., Cohen, P., Smailes, E.M., Kasen, S., & Brook, J.S. (2002). Television viewing
and aggressive behavior during adolescence and adulthood. Science, 295(5564), p2468-
Johnson, R. C. (2010). Researchers warn 3-DTV can be tough on the eyes, body, brain.
Electronic Engineering Times, 1581, p30-31.
Lieberman, D., & Baig, E. C. (9/9/2010). Study: glasses for 3D TV are no fun. USA Today.
Midgley, D.F. & Dowling R.G. (1978). Innovativeness-concept and its measurement. Journal of
Consumer Research 4(4), p229-242.
Pechard, S., Carnec, M., Callet, P.L. & Barba, D. (2006). From SD to HD television: Effects of
H.264 distortions versus display size on quality of experience. International Conference on
Image Processing. Atlanta : United States, (pp: 409-412).

Convention is an application service for managing large or small academic conferences, annual meetings, and other types of events!
Submission - Custom fields, multiple submission types, tracks, audio visual, multiple upload formats, automatic conversion to pdf.
Review - Peer Review, Bulk reviewer assignment, bulk emails, ranking, z-score statistics, and multiple worksheets!
Reports - Many standard and custom reports generated while you wait. Print programs with participant indexes, event grids, and more!
Scheduling - Flexible and convenient grid scheduling within rooms and buildings. Conflict checking and advanced filtering.
Communication - Bulk email tools to help your administrators send reminders and responses. Use form letters, a message center, and much more!
Management - Search tools, duplicate people management, editing tools, submission transfers, many tools to manage a variety of conference management headaches!
Click here for more information.

first   previous   Page 24 of 25   next   last

©2012 All Academic, Inc.