Hitachi Experiments With Laser Micro Projectors For 3D Displays

Posted: Oct 15 2009, 4:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:51pm CDT, in News | Technology News


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Hitachi has shown at the CEATEC an interesting 3D display prototype.
The 10-inch VGA resolution 3D display does not require glasses and uses 16 projectors to create the 3D effect.
TechOn (via 3d-display-info) calls this technology "Full Parallax 3D TV" and it uses the method of Integral Photography with Overlaid Projection to achieve a 3D image that differs depending on the viewers position.
3D displays that actually float in the room and can be looked at from different angles are the absolute goal of 3D technology for the living room. Such 3D projection systems are currently still very expensive. Examples of such systems that we have reported in the past are Holocube or the Vizoo Cheoptics360 XL.

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