“What is perhaps the most technologically sophisticated 3D TV is now a fait de compli in Japan,” Raven Lovecraft reports for TG Daily.
“But it’s not quite ready for consumers,” Lovecraft reports. “The 52-inch glasses-free 3D TV, using a new kind of display tech, is currently being peddled to business customers that can produce their own 3D content.”
Lovecraft reports, “It comes from Dimenco, a small company made up of former Philips employees. The group created a new kind of glasses-free 3D technology that, unlike the displays used in products like Nintendo’s 3DS, can be scaled to large-screen devices without any real loss in visual fidelity… It can [also] project any kind of 3D content that’s already on the market today. In fact, it can even take a 2D video and convert it into 3D in real time.”
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