CeBIT 2010: SeeFront 3D Display Works Without Glasses

Posted: Mar 3 2010, 9:36am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:49pm CDT, in News | CeBIT

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Earlier we reported about the Fraunhofer autostereoscopic 3D display that uses eye tracking to generate the 3D experience. Another German company called SeeFront is also exhibiting a 3D display that requires no glasses at the CeBIT 2010.
The SeeFront technology is a special optical system embedded in a forepanel mounted parallel to the flat screen monitor. In order to create a spatial effect both eyes must see proximate perspectives.

Software fractionizes the perspective views for the left and right eye and composes these to form the screen rendering calibrated for the SeeFront optics used.
The lenses bundle the corresponding light rays in such a way that only the appropriate partial image reaches the left and right eye.
More details on the SeeFront site.

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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