The reason I'm not sold on 3D? Those nasty glasses. Luckily, Microsoft is ditching the glasses, choosing instead to create 3D by beaming different images into each eye.
Now this is 3D. Engineers at the Human Communications Technology Lab at the University of British Columbia have devised pCubee, a "personal cubic display" that adjusts 3D images based on your position, and allows you to interact with them. Woah.
The gCubik display cube, which simulates a fully rotatable, multi-viewable 3D object within its walls, has evolved quite a bit since we last saw it: its six sides, up from three, now respond to touch.
Philips unveiled their 56-inch 3D display yesterday that packs a Quad Full HD resolution (3840x2160). Wired says the autostereoscopic display requires no glasses and is able to support such a high resolution because of its high data throughput rates. Those high rates also allow for a 3D effect that is high contrast,…
LG has announced that it is developing a cellphone with DMB that will enable people to feel the programme as well as seeing it. According to LG Electronics spokesman Song Keun-Young, the technology "adds the sense of touch to the traditional modes of sight and hearing."