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No Glasses Needed For TI's New 3D Display 165

adeelarshad82 writes "At the MWC, TI showed off a tablet-sized device with a 3D display that doesn't require glasses, running on an existing TI OMAP3 chipset. The 3D demo showed images and video in 3D by using a standard 120-Hz LCD with a special overlay film from 3M that can direct images either towards your left or right eye. By flickering two images very quickly, running at 60 frames per second rather than the usual 30, the display transmits a different picture to each eye, creating a simulated 3D image. The 3D picture can be created using a handheld with dual 3-megapixel cameras and an 800-MHz TI OMAP 3630 chipset."
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No Glasses Needed For TI's New 3D Display

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  • Viewing Distance?? (Score:2, Interesting)

    by Drethon ( 1445051 ) on Wednesday February 17, 2010 @05:31PM (#31176390)
    Not only viewing angle but how is the viewing distance? Does it work at any distance or just a narrow range?
  • by EasyTarget ( 43516 ) on Wednesday February 17, 2010 @05:57PM (#31176780) Journal

    There were 5 reasonably large (22''?) screens using this tech, or similar, in the metro station in Amsterdam CS over the holiday period. Just showing adverts, but rather impressive despite that.
    There were definite 'sweet spots' for the 3d effect, and the whole image jumped if you changed the viewing angle by more than a few degrees; but it cheered me up because I saw the future of the flat-panel monitor being demo'd ;-), just add compiz.

  • by Itninja ( 937614 ) on Wednesday February 17, 2010 @06:56PM (#31177690) Homepage
    I used to play a PC game called Magic Carpet. It had a mode where all the game graphics were rendered in a 'magic eye' type mode. Once you got your eyes tweaked just right, it was all 3D and no glasses were required. Of course, it also looked like a box of crayons exploded.....
  • by Rathum ( 1406047 ) on Wednesday February 17, 2010 @07:46PM (#31178286)

    Almost every movie I've watched in the last few years has had a terrible range. Why must all dialogue be whispered nowadays?


    Watching movies with any sort of sound going in the room with me gives me the choice between ramping up the volume and making my ears bleed, missing half the dialogue, or having to constantly adjust the volume.

When you are working hard, get up and retch every so often.