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Infitec GmbH
Computer graphics
Industry 3D design
Founded 2003
Headquarters Germany
Products Projectors
Number of employees
7 (Feb. 2004)[1]

Infitec GmbH is a German company that specializes in 3-dimensional technology. It owns a technique for channel separation in stereo projection based on interference filters (Interference filter technology).


Images for the left and right eye with basic colors are projected at different wavelengths (so-called wavelength multiplexing), for example:

  • Left eye: Red 629 nm, Green 532 nm, Blue 446 nm
  • Right eye: Red 615 nm, Green 518 nm, Blue 432 nm

The channel separation of the projected images is done with a pair of glasses that have selective interference filters for each eye at the appropriate wavelength.


Infitec's 3-D technology was designed by Daimler Chrysler for virtual reality in automotive design uses. Under the project title "wavelength multiplex visualization system" to investigate a new approach of improving image quality and to enhance functionality in Virtual Reality systems.

In July 2006, Infitec teamed up with Dolby Laboratories, Inc. to develop Dolby 3D for 3-D cinemas.[2]


  1. ^ "Infitec homepage "about us"". Retrieved 2006-07-31.  External link in |work= (help)
  2. ^ Keating, Gina (2006-07-31). "Dolby to offer 3-D cinema with Infitec technology". Retrieved 2006-07-31.  External link in |work= (help)[dead link]

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