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3D displays technologies compared

Planar-3D publishes a comparison chart and explains the various techniques used to present 3D images to a viewer. Not an independent study, of course... but nevertheless a good eye-opening document. Look at this useful paper and chart here.

Planar dual monitors-mirror combo

Planar 3D is making 3D displays from mirrors and a pair of flat screens. They call the combo a StereoMirror™. The two LCD displays are oriented at a fixed angle and a passive beam splitter mirror bisects the angle formed between the two monitors mounted on the stand. The mirror is 50% reflective and 50% transparent so you can see both images superposed. Polarizers and passive glasses separate the two images so each eye receives only one of them.


3D on your iPhone

Autostereoscopy on the iPhone display is not exactly new, as it is offered by Wazabee. The company supplies a lenticular screen protector sheet, so no glasses are needed !

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Nokia 3D phone unveiled

Good news for the 3D phone fans were learn at NokiaWorld in September 2009 : Nokia’s 3D mobile phone doesn’t need special glasses. Read the paper from IntoMobile here.



QL Xperience Video Eyewear.

This 3D device will give watchers the feel of an 80-inches television screen and is of course 3D compatible. Provided with battery loader, mini-jacks and USB charging cable, the device is iPhone compatible. Max resolution is PAL TV like and adjustments are non existants. Howver, the prices stays available at a bit over 300 USD. Read the announcement in