The DX2000 monitor has a webcam on top that tracks the users eyes. This gives users of the DX2000 the freedom to move their head around and still maintain a good 3D display. Glasses-Free displays without eye tracking require you to stay in the sweet spot to see the optimal 3D effect. As far as I understand the Korean press-release the DX2000 has a 2D to 3D converter function.
The 20-inch DX2000 Glasses-free 3D monitor sells for 1.29m Won (~$1,200). This glasses-free 3D monitor will be marketed as LG D2000 outside of Korea later this year.
Toshiba will unveil a Glasses-free 3D TV with at least 40-inch size at the IFA 2011. 3D technology for the home has just started. Several technologies are coming now on the market, but only time will tell which one we will be using in 5 years from now.
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