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Sharp shows off 3D displays for mobile devices

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 02 Apr 2010 23:46 User comments (3)

Sharp shows off 3D displays for mobile devices Sharp has shown off new 3D displays this week, displays intended for mobile devices with 3-inch screens.
The devices could handle 3D animation, and the demo showed off 3D photos and 3D video.

Making the tech even better is the fact that it does not require special glasses, as the displays send different images to each eye. The technology can be used with gaming handhelds, mobile phones, and digital cameras.

"The arrival of mobile 3D is just around the corner," says Executive Managing Officer Yoshisuke Hasegawa.

The AP says the demo showed off some notable "ghosting," but Sharp says the final product will have no such problems.

Nintendo announced recently that they would begin selling a new 3DS handheld, which will likely use the Sharp displays.


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3 user comments

13.4.2010 11:00

I would think this would give me a headache not so much of the 3D, but the small size of the screen just to concentrate on what you're watching. Just sayin'.

25.4.2010 12:05

the pictures dont exactly explain the idea of how it works..

39.4.2010 23:13

Originally posted by Josipher:
the pictures dont exactly explain the idea of how it works..
+1 in that! i really dont get it

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