Many believe that 3D in the living room will only succeed if we do not have to wear glasses to see the 3D images.
The Germany Fraunhofer Institute is demonstrating an interesting 3D display solution without glasses at the CeBIT 2010.
The auto stereoscopic display is using eye-tracking to allow viewers to move around fairly freely and still view perfect 3D. The system is controlled by contact-free gesture. The Fraunhofer HHI institute is showing two such 3D displays at the CeBIT 2010. The analog 3D display uses mechanics to adjust the images to the viewing angle; its picture quality is the highest now achievable anywhere in the world.
The digital display uses electronics to adjust the viewing angle. Fraunhofer says that it is highly robust, and, what’s more, keenly priced.
German Heise has some photos of the setup of the 3D display using eye-tracking at the CeBIT 2010. Via the Fraunhofer HHI site (pdf).
If Eye-tracking will be the solution that brings glass-less 3D displays in our living room remains open. Thare are other autostereo display solutions available.
CeBIT 2010, the world's largest computer show, is opening on March 2nd in Hannover, Germany. Read the latest CeBIT 2010 News.
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