Sharp Sees Its New 3D Display Used In The Upcoming Nintendo 3DS

Posted: Apr 6 2010, 2:11am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 8:09am CDT, in Rumors | Rumors

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On April 2nd Sharp unveiled a new auto-stereo 3D display. The new Sharp 3D touchscreen does not require glasses and comes in a 3.4-inch size with FWVGA (480x854px) resolution, 500cd/m2 brightness and 1000:1 contrast ratio.
Nikkei (Subscription) reports today that Sharp sees Nintendo using their new 3D display in the new Nintendo 3DS.

Sharp is already also supplying the displays for the current Nintendo DS consoles. The new 3D display from Sharp based on CG-Silicon is the best small 3D display available according to Nikkei. No other display manufacturer has a better solution available.
The major issue I see is that Sharp did not start mass production on this new display yet. Nintendo said to unveil more details of the Nintendo 3DS in June at the E3 2010. This is 2 month away. Therefore Nintendo already knows the 3D display technology they are going to use in the 3DS.

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