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No-Glasses 3D Display to Debut at CeBIT

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"By now, everyone that keeps up with some form of technology knows about the latest form of technology for television, 3D. I am sure everyone here knows what 3D technology is and what means, so I will not go too far in-depth, but we all know that 3D glasses are currently required for the full 3D effect. This could be changing as times goes on with the advancement of 3D technologies and televisions. Singaporean outfit, Sunny Ocean Studios, is planning to introduce their new 27-inch television at this year's CeBIT."

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I had this kind of TV in my office for over a year now... 52 inch branded SuperD.

Its pretty sweet but seriously lack in definition... I doubt this technology will be ready before 4K resolution TV (4x HD resolution). We're planning on using these as advertisement platform.

It use a thick Glass substract filled with million of prism that redirect light from different pixel to each eye.

It require to be sit in a sweet-spot (7 sweet-spot available in the TV I've witnessed, but you can nod your head and partially look behind object.

A 1080p TV with that thick glass substract look like a 320l definition... but the 3D effect is stunning and pop way out the screen.

How was the resolution on that one? maybe it use a different technology then the one I saw.
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