Looks like Glasses-Free (or spectacles free) 3D monitor / display technologies is the next big thing. Some days back we told you about world’s first 3D monitor from LG that does not require you to wear any special 3D specs, instead the webcam on the monitor tracks your eyes (eyeballs)in order to create the 3D experience for you.
Now, Hitachi has gone one step ahead and unveiled the a 3D screen for mobile devices that does not require you to wear any specs in order to get the 3D viewing experience. The screen is 4.5 inches in size, has a resolution of 1280 by 720 pixels and it can deliver up-to 720p 3D hi-def video on your mobile phone.
The screen uses a lenticular lens and has a lens, IPS panel, and backlight and has a brightness rating of 300 units (cd/sq. metre) in 2D mode and a rating of 470 units while in 3D mode.
This image below briefly depicts the technicalities behind how Hitachi managed to produce such a sophisticated thing on a comparison basis with a similar low-resolution screen which Hitachi had unveiled last year.
Hitachi plans to offer this screen for mobile phones, portable TVs, and handheld gaming devices. The advancement in this 3D technology has really come a long way and has an even longer road to travel.