Sharp is making 3D cell phones displays
Electronics maker Sharp plans to make three-dimensional displays for cell phones and other mobile devices, the company announced at a press conference on April 2. The displays would not require the use of special 3D-viewing glasses. Rumor claims that the device's glasses-free display would be goining inside the yet-to-be-released Nintendo 3DS and maybe cell phones..
New Asus 3D displays lineup
CEBIT was the occasion for ASUS to present its new full-HD 3D display offer with three models ranging from 23" to 27". All models will become available in 2010 and will work with the 120-Hz nVidia 3D Vision glasses.
iPhone 3D head mounted device
The ZEISS Cinemizer plus is a HMD (read : glasses with screens for both eyes). The special ZEISS technology guarantees unparalleled image quality on an imaginary TV screen with a 115cm (45") diagonal at a distance of 2 meters(78").
XpanD Glasses for home
he X103 glasses are designed to work seamlessly with 3D-ready LCDs, DLP and plasma displays, as long as they are running at 120Hz, making it possible for users to enjoy completely immersive 3D environments for video games, movies, TV and presentations. The new XpanD X103 active-shutter 3D glasses are available in a variety of colors.