New 3D displays for smartphones and tablets on CES 2012

Even if the panels 3D without glasses not too impressed at CES 2011, the situation seems to change in a fast pace this year at CES 2012.

MasterImage 3D – manufacturer of panels with different affinities – has already released a press release that boasts two new panels for portable devices that will reach this year’s CES.

Both panels are capable of displaying 3D content without the aid of glasses and both use matrix technology to generate cells that parallax effect.

The first panel is 4.3 inches diagonally and is capable of displaying 3D content at 720p resolution. Since there are already several smartphones on the market with 3D panels will not be long before the likes of HTC and they integrated 3D EVO.

On the tablets, the same company announced a 10.1-inch WUXGA panel (1920 x 1200) also capable of displaying images in three dimensions. If you are lucky enough to get to CES next week, demos with these panels will be made with a set of devices powered by OMAP4430 and OMAP4460 processors those from Texas Instruments. On the operating system Android will be used.

Remains that someone advised to take a look at these boards and to give their opinion, so far without glasses 3D experiences were not quite painlessly.

Content presented on MasterImage 3D glasses-free 3D technology:

  • 3D Movie Trailers (including Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax, Universal Pictures/Illumination Entertainment)
  • National Geographic (U2 3D, Sea Monsters 3D; Flying Monsters 3D)
  • Handpicked playlists of 3D videos on YouTube
  • Animated Book (HarperCollins)— Fancy Nancy and Splat the Cat (3D conversion by Venture 3D)
  • 2D to 3D conversions (Harold Lloyd’s Safety Last by Legend3D)
  • Independent Shorts (Digital Revolution Studios)
  • Music Videos (AWOLNATION’s Not Your Fault – by The Faktion)


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