depthcam Based on my (limited) understanding of 3D, the frame-packed method represents the highest quality representation of the 3D format. I understand that it is the only lossless format, which does not require any conversion from the originally authored format.
I don't believe this format is well-supported outside of software players on a PC, whereas a 3D blu-ray can be played directly off a player, or a digital ISO file can be copied and stored on a hard-drive without tampering with the original encoding, and then played back by media players that support MVC playback.
It is very interesting that the advent of 3D-capable headsets with 2x displays can support formats such as Full-SBS (3840x1080), in a superior way to televisions and projectors.
Perhaps, I will encode a few of my 3D blu-rays into this format and do a quality comparison on my Cinera.
It is interesting what Kirin Lee has said about positioning LUCI Immers more towards the digital delivery of content, rather than focusing on standards and formats associated with physical media, like blu-ray.
Of course, this approach limits our options in the short term, because we can either depend on his own 'LUCI Home' source for content, or other online sources, such as Netflix. In the UK, these online services provide far more 4K/HDR content than they do 3D, so I don't see how Immers can capitalise on the emerging higher resolution formats (as the screens are not 4K resolution, and the marketing material makes no mention of Immers supporting HDR).
Plus, to enjoy these formats, we must have high-bandwidth home broadband connections (I have a fast fibre optic connection, so this would work for me) or 5G phone connectivity while travelling (this is planned to be rolled out in the UK throughout 2019, and will probably require a new premium mobile handset and expensive tariff package.
So, I think he's definitely looking to the future, but Immers seems a little premature in terms of where these technology infrastructures currently are, and not adequately future-proofed to fully capitalise on them.
I will defer to your wisdom on the science of lenses. Even if Immers ONLY resolved this issue of a perfectly presented screen, it would be a quantum leap past the other existing headsets.