The Nintendo 3DS will sport a auto-stereo 3D display. That is all we know. Researchers at the University of British Columbia have developed a cool 3D display dubbed pCubee. Imagine the Nintendo 3DS be like this interactive cube, Sony would start taking the 3DS seriously.
Billy Lam, Ian Stavness, Ryan Barr and Sidney Fels have designed a personal cubic head-coupled 3D display that shows reactive 3D scenes. The demo includes four types of interaction techniques with the pCubee: viewing a static scene, navigating through a large landscape, playing with colliding objects inside a box, and stylus-based manipulation of objects.
Users playing with pCubee experience new interaction techniques for 3D scene manipulation in a cubic display.
You can watch the pCubee in action in the video below.
Sadly the pCubee is still only a research project. More details on the pCubee site. Via 3d-display-info.