3DFusion claims advances in autostereoscopy
3DFusion (New-York,USA) claims that their technology allows users to watch 3D content on 2D screens from different angles, without glasses, and without sacrificing image quality. Their autostereoscpoy technology is based on a 9-view lenticular screen with 1920x1080 resolution, and a 3D data format known as "2D+depth", meaning they store a 2D image and the related depth map. Data is then transcoded to 9 2D views within the screen at display time.
Nikon 3D photo frame
Nikon's NF-300i is a glasses-free 3D digital photo frame. The display is a 7.2" (800x600) LCD with lenticular lens. It has an Ethernet port, USB and Wi-Fi, and it runs Android v2.1 and can show all sorts of services (such as RSS, weather, etc.) and also movies.
Toshiba Glasses-less 3DTV
Toshiba Glasses-less 3D REGZA GL1 TVs will arrive in Dec 2010. OK, there are glass-less TVs, but ... they are small and they are low-res. "That's one small step for Toshiba; one giant leap for man waiting for glass-free 3D"
Zecotec 100 views autostereoscopic display
Zecotek's patent pending 3D/2D display fulfills these requirements and offer extremely small angle between adjacent views resulting in absence of viewing discontinuity or perspective "gaps".