LG has announced that the new DX2500 3D computer monitor has launched in Korea. The display will come to other countries in early 2012. The display is 25-inches and requires no glasses to watch 3D content. The screen is the first to receive the TÜV Rheinland certification for a glasses-free 3D displays.
LG uses parallax barriertechnology and face tracking tech. The face-tracking tech can track the eyes and head movement using an embedded camera. This allows the display to provide the ideal image quality no matter how the viewer is sitting in relation to the display.
The display also has a 2D to 3D conversion tech built in to convert normal games, movies and photos to 3D on the fly. Pricing for the display is unknown at this time. I wouldn't expect the screen to be particularly expensive.
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