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SIMT partnership with Allioscopy

The Southeastern Institute of Manufacturing and Technology (SIMT) has announced a new partnership with Alioscopyy, manufacturer of autostereoscopic displays, in order to produce content for autostereoscopic TV sets. Read the announcement here in South Carolina News.

3D Phones Without Special Glasses

3M's Optical Systems Division has announced that it has developed a new, field sequential 3D optical film called "Vikuiti" for handheld devices - enabling true auto stereoscopic 3D viewing on mobile phones without the need for special glasses.

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WOW effect by Philips with a 132" autostereoscopic display

AT the IFA fair (4 Sep 2009), Philips is presenting a massive 132" 3D display build from nine 42)inches 3D screens stacked in three rows. The WOWvx technology from Philips is based on a lenticular film in front of a fast LCD panel.


A simple calculation based on the 12,000 USD list price of a single WWvx screen gives as result a list price of 108,000 USD or 75,000 Euros. If you have the money available, I suppose your living room wall is at least 3.2 meters wide, so it should be OK...