Have Ultra-D and SeeCubic Discovered the 3DTV Holy Grail?
"The death of 3DTV has been annouced a bit prematurely" could we say after watching the new glasses-free Ultra-D stereoscopic TV. Conclusion of the first demos: we don't like 3D glasses, but we positively LOVE 3D TV without any...
And 3D effects are not exactly to your taste, with Ultra-D you can crank depth effects from 0 to 200% on the remote.
Ultra-D is the brainchild of SeeCubic a Eindhoven (the Netherlands) based company close to Philips and Dimenco. Watch the video here under to learn more.
Tridelity Offers 4 MegaPixels Autostereoscopic Displays
TRIDELITY (St. Georgen, Germany), know for its high-quality glasses-free autostereoscopic 3D Displays, has released a new glasses-free stereoscopic single-viewer with an unprecedented native resolution of 2560x1600.
The SL30000va screen is ready for medical approval EN606601 and is natively supported by nVidia Quadro graphics cards.
Glasses-free 3D Phone Protector EyeFly3D got an Award
EyeFly3D is the first glasses-free 3D accessory for smartphones that gives stereoscopic capability to standard screens while NOT hampering 2D images vision at all. With a thickness of 0.1mm, EyeFly3D does not affect the touchscreen sensitivity, brightness and resolution of the smartphones.
The innovative product is developed by Nanoveu, a Singapore company specialized in nanotechnologies. It has just picked up its first award from IES (Institution of Engineers Singapore). Details and video demo here under.
Magnetic3D at SEAT 2013 on August 4-7, 2013
Magnetic 3D, the glasses-free 3D stereoscopic displays and digital signage solutions, is present at the SEAT 2013 Conference, being held August 4 - August 7 in Kansas City, Missouri.
SEAT - “Sports & Entertainment Alliance in Technology” is dedicated to the executives, decision makers and professionals who work in the field of technology, CRM, social, marketing and sales across the sports, collegiate and the entertainment industry. Magnetic 3D is providing the many autostereoscopic displays in the three conference rooms.