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Rembrandt3D 10" Autostereoscopic Tablet

Introducing the World’s first, User Friendly, 3D No Glasses Personal Viewing 3DTV experience. The Rembrandt 3D “Maestro” Autostereoscopic 3D (AS3D) 10.1” Android 4.2.2 Tablet, is a major step forward in the realm of Personal Viewing 3D displays. The tablet offers picture perfect 3D adjustment and automatic 2D to 3D conversion for "flat" video and stills content. A 3D video HDMI 1.4a output for a 3D TV is also provided.

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Magnetic3D Referral Program Launched

Magnetic 3D has announced an Independent Sales Agent and Sales Referral program, following the recent release of its glasses-free 3D video walls. Magnetic 3D video walls are made possible through the release of the company's all-new super-narrow-bezel 46" screens.

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Magnetic3D Announces Glasses-Free 3D Video Walls

Magnetic3D(New-York, USA) and ProntoTV (Norway) announce the permanent installion of their new Glasses-free 3D stereoscopic video wall at the  Oslo Operational Center of Reitangruppen (The Reitan Group), a major Norwegian wholesaler

The first ever glasses-free 3D video wall of its kind delivers an incredible, large-format, no-glasses 3D experience in Reitangruppen’s lobby. 

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StreamTV Technology is Behind the Stunning New Konka 3D TV sets

Glasses-free 3D TV sets protoypes are becoming real products this year. Several Chinese manufacturers are now implementing StraemTV technology into their 65" 4K TVs. According to Tomsguide, the brand new Konka set is truly convincing, with very few artifacts and vistually no dead spots.

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Is Microsphere Lens Array the 3D TV Savior?

Up to now, autostereosocpic 3D screens suffered from narow vision angle. But  researchers from Chengdu ( China) have figured out how to make 3D panels viewable from almost anywhere. Their solution: a huge number of microscopic spherical lenses in front of the display.


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