Magnetic 3D Debuts New Glasses-Free 3D Displays At CES 2010

Posted: Jan 4 2010, 6:58am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:32pm CDT, in CES


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Magnetic 3D a maker of glasses-free, auto-stereoscopic 3D displays and 3D digital signage solutions, announced that it will be debuting its 2010 product line at the CES 2010.
The big issue with today's consumer oriented 3D display solutions is the requirement for wearing glasses. There are auto-stereoscopic solutions around since years, but apparently too expensive to use for mass market.

Magnetic 3D will showcase three new auto-stereoscopic product lines at the CES 2010:

3D monitor solutions for Public Display. These commercial-grade high-definition 3D LCD monitors range from 22" - 55" and are designed for applications, including, but not limited to, Point-of-Sale, Out-of-Home, Digital Signage Networks, and Trade Shows and Events.

3D monitor solutions ranging from 22" - 42" for applications that require close proximity viewing, including presentations, digital prototyping, gaming, and content creation.

3D touch displays for real time and interactive active 3D applications for commercial use such as slot gaming, kiosk solutions, and way finders.
See also the Magnetic 3D site. Via 3d-display-info.

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