3D is a three dimensional stereoscopic film which creates illusion of depth perception, hence adding a third dimension. 3D technology has emerged as a technology that is being used in films, motion pictures, display, imaging and others which viewers get to enjoy a different kind of an experience with this technology. 4D is a four dimensional combination of 3D film with the physical effect that occurs in the theatre in synchronisation with the film. This may include the effect as rain, wind, strobe lights and vibration.
According to AMA, the Global 3D & 4D Technology market is expected to reach USD322.0 Billion by 2024 growing at a CAGR of 14.0%.
Advancement of 4D technology towards commercial machinery & softwares, Increasing youngster craze towards worldwide 3D game events and Increased demand of mechanically robust and complex shapes via printing
Government initiatives for 3D printing in various industries like medicines, manufacturing and cooking among others, Increase in 3D display shipment and 3D entertainment and Increased usage of 3D technology in healthcare and adoption of auto stereoscopic display in advertising
The Players Covered in the Study are:
Samsung Electronics (South Korea), Sony, Dassault Systems S.A (France), Google Inc. (U.S.), Hexagon AB (Sweden), Dreamworks Animation SKG, Inc. (U.S.), Autodesk Inc. (U.S.), Stratasys Ltd. (U.S.), 3D Systems Corporation(U.S.), Faro Technologies, Inc. (U.S.), Barco NV (Belgium), Cognex Corporation (U.S.), Dolby Laboratories (U.S.) and Qualisiys AB (Sweden)
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is currently working to develop a plan for regulating not only 3D printed devices and drugs, but also how to treat the 3D printers themselves.New Regulations being implemented in the design and manufacturing of Implantable 3D-printed Medical DevicesTrade Regulation in 3D printers to transfer goods or services from one place to another.