KDDI Autostereoscopic 3D display for mobile (no glasses required)

KDDI Autostereoscopic 3D display for mobile (no glasses required)

[CEATEC 2008] I spotted this 3D display on the first day, but my initial photos were not good enough, so I decided to go back. The idea is to have a 3D display that can work without glasses (not convenient in the street). To achieve that, KDDI is using the known technique of displaying the left and right image at the same time in a particular pattern, using a normal display with a special layer that makes it possible for your left eyes to only see the “left” image and the right one to see the proper image as well.

The downside is that this is halving your resolution (on the X-axis), so the image quality suffers. To be honest, the demo was not great and I suspect that this won’t reach its potential until the display resolution can be quadrupled. In the TV world, 1080p autostereoscopic TV sets are much better than their 720p or standard-definition counterparts, so this is juts a matter of time…

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