Hitachi (Japan) unveiled a new autostereoscopic LCD panel aimed for mobile devices. It's a 4.5" inch IPS-LCD that features 72°p HD resolution (1280x720, thus 326 pixels per inch). It uses a lenticular lens technology. Previous Hitachi models were 3.1" and 480x854 pixels only.
Element Technica (Culver City, CA, USA)announces the release of its new Input/Output Modules that provide a "metadata traffic control center" for capturing, recording and transmitting critical static, semi-static and dynamic metadata reliably and accurately.
You may (or not) know the Iridescent song from Linkin Park. This song is the last element from Paramount's Transformers 3 soundtrack.
PassmoreLab (San Diego, USA) teamed up with Linkin Park and Warner Bros. Records to announce the release of the bandʼs latest music video, Iridescent in stereoscopic 3D. The 3D music video will play in select independent theaters worldwide at the end of the TF3 movie.
Poland is releasing its first locally shot 3D movie: "The Warsaw Battle of 1920". The first 3D live action Polish feature tells an epic war story using an arsenal of 3D equipment including five custom rigs designed by Stanislaw Kwiatkowski. The story relates the war that stopped Lenin's communistic expansion in its tracks. In it, a Polish soldier is unjustly accused of betraying his country while his lover joins the army to look for him.