One More New Glasses-Free 3D technology is Coming From China
SuperD (Shenzen, China) is using eye-tracking technology with real time 3D stereoscopic image rendering to present you high-definition 3D images from a wide viewing angle without 3D glasses.
The 3D Box is a glasses-free autostereoscopic 3D device, only as big as an iPad mini. With the simple push of a button the 3D BOX automatically unfolds into a “Z” shape and projects 3D images onto a transflective panel, which looks almost like a hologram. The Full HD screen is both clear and bright, and most importantly there is no need for those old 3D glasses.
Transflective Technology for Floating Image Feel
The 3D visual content is projected onto a transflective panel which reflects the content to viewers' eyes—seemingly projecting the images to the virtual space behind the panel.
With the “3D Store” platform, users can enjoy all kinds of 3D content, including 3D movies, 3D games, 3D E-books, and many other 3D apps. With the touch of your finger, your smartphone acts as your wireless controller to enjoy a “one-stop-shop” 3D content platform.
The 3DStore is accessible at d3Dstore.com.
The remote control app is free to download on the iTunes store.
For more info, visit Super3D.