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post #31 of 32 Old 04-02-2010, 01:44 AM
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Sharp presented its own Mobile 3D display which includes touch screen and is apparently ready for production. The review is very positive but before rambling that this the way for glassless 3D TV notice this fragment: regarding the Ghost effect, actually Sharp worked hard on this matter, however we have to admit this is not perfect… You will have to be on the sweet spot to get the perfect image. So while this display seems to be much better than others, it inherently uses the mobility - the user keeps it in hand and almost unconsciously adjusts the position to be in the sweetspot. Thus, this not a TV scenario.
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Autosterescopic 3D displays aren't new. They have been around for quite some time:

Autostereoscopic displays are able to provide binocular depth perception without the hindrance of specialised headgear or filter/shutter glasses. The technology has existed for many years, and has been used to provide stereoscopic vision in research environments since the 1980’s.

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