Wireless HD Technologies Upgraded to Handle Full 3D

Wireless HD Technologies Upgraded to Handle Full 3D

Anthony Nguyen
Jun 8, 2010

It may not be the biggest news update out this week, but it's sweet nonetheless. Up from the 1080p Full HD standard, the newest WHDI (Wireless Home Digital Interface) technologies can now support up to four times the resolution of HD, as well as 3D signals, through walls and floors up to 100 feet.

While we've had a few small glimpses of consumer wireless HDMI streamers hitting the markets, it's still pretty much an early adopter's toy as the standard slowly gets any crinkles hammered out.

Not only has the technology been demonstrated to work gracefully at CES 2010 this year, but with their latest update to WHDI 2.0, the promise to bring "full 3D support" to the consumer market and deliver resolutions up to 4,096 x 2,160 is something home theater buffs (and owners of extra loud gaming consoles) will be more than thankful for.

Now, if we can just get these technologies integrated, lag-free, and cleanly executed, we'll be a bunch of happy campers.

[Via Dvice]

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