Budget 23" 3D Monitor
Hewlett-Packard (USA) launched recently its new budget stereoscopic 3D-capable monitor, the 2311 gt. Aimed at budget-conscious customers, the polarized monitor is based on FPR technology. It is therefore compatible with inexpensive circularly-polarized passive 3D glasses (à la RealD).
Panasonic 3D Medical Monitor with Unpronounceable Name
Panasonic (Japan) today announced a new 3D medical-grade 32" class monitor named EJ-MDA32U-K (not a gift for their salesmen, that name!). The new 3D monitor is fully compliant with medical equipment standards, delivers exceptional 2D and stereoscopic 3D image quality and can display multiple images from various sources at once. The new monitor uses passive circular polarized technology (i.e. sudh as RealD ones), so it can be used with cheap throw-away 3D glasses. Resolution is 1920x1080 pixels.
"To improve patient outcomes, there is an ever increasing reliance on technology in the surgical suite," said Scott Thie, Director, Healthcare, Panasonic System Communications Company of North America. "Although this technology has many benefits, it can also create a cluttered environment. The EJ-MDA32U-K helps to improve the surgical experience by having a large screen, HD image that can be clearly viewed by all clinicians, while also providing flexibility that helps to reduce clutter. By allowing up to three images to be displayed on the screen at once - from multiple input sources - and by delivering high quality 3D and 2D HD images, we offer a single device that addresses multiple needs in the surgical suite."
AOC 23 Inches 3D Passive Monitor
AOC's new 23" 3D stereoscopic LED-backlit LCD monitor offers Full-HD (1920x1080) resolution, 20,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio and 5ms response time. It offers passive-3D and comes bundled with a pair of passive polarized 3D glasses and 3D clip-on lenses. It also includes built-in speakers.
Ideum 65 Inches Multitouch Screen
Ideum (Corrales, NM, USA) is releasing its massive 65-inch MT65 Presenter featuring a multitouch 3D stereoscopic screen with an integrated computer, built-in audio, and webcam all packed into a 4-inch deep hardened aluminum frame. Ideum offers multitouch screens of various sizes, usable as video walls, video tables, or computer screens. There is even a vertical transparent 46" display. Imagine the Crown's jewels display or the Monterey aquarium (they did it !) with a transparent informative screen pretecting it from visitors...