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Wrap 1200 stereoscopic video eyewear

Vuzix (Rocherster, NY, USA) announces the WRAP 1200 video eyewear. The Wrap 1200 video eyewear is the highest resolution, 16:9 widescreen personal display system currently available. Its huge 16:9 widescreen 75-inch display, as seen from 10 feet (3m), is the largest in the industry and provides an unrivalled cinematic experience. Priced at 499.99$ in the US.

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The PlayStation 3D Monitor will com in December

If you have a PS3 and you would like to be able to play 3D games and watch 3D Blu-ray flicks, but you don’t want to upgrade to a 3D TV costing thousands of dollars, Sony has a good alternative, the PlayStation 3D Monitor Kit, announced at E3 earlier this year. Sony has now pinned a ship date on the rig, December 31, 2011.

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A new 3D phone by Samsung in September?

Samsung (Korea) is said to be planning a release of the Galaxy 3D smartphone in September. News comes from a Korean website called ETNews, stating that Samsung have a 3D capable phone running on Android 2.3 and including a 1.2GHz dual core Exynos processor, a 4.3 3D LCD screen, and a couple of 8 Mpixels cameras.

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Hitachi unveils new HD autostereoscopic glass panel

Hitachi (Japan) unveiled a new autostereoscopic LCD panel aimed for mobile devices. It's a 4.5" inch IPS-LCD that features 72°p HD resolution (1280x720, thus 326 pixels per inch). It uses a lenticular lens technology. Previous Hitachi models were 3.1" and 480x854 pixels only.

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LG introduces glasses-free 3D screen with head tracking

Today, LG Electronics revealed what it claims is the world's first glasses-free 3D monitor imbued with eye-tracking technology, the 20-inch D2000, also known as the "LG Flatron DX2000". To maintain a stable 3D image from a variety of viewing angles, the monitor makes use of eye-tracking technology. The price is expected to be around 1200$ (at least in Korea).

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