In its efforts to develop the final autostereoscopic display that does not require glasses, Sony has created a prototype 3D display wrapped in a cylinder of 10 inches tall with a diameter of 5 inches to create a holographic immersive feeling.

In its efforts to develop the final autostereoscopic display that does not require the use of glasses, Sony He has created a prototype 3D display wrapped in a cylinder of 10 inches tall with a diameter of 5 inches. Although it is smaller than a TV, its shape allows the Viewer to see a 3D image as if it were a holographic projection. From the point of view of digital signage, this prototype would admit, even interact with real objects creating a very attractive effect. The spectator could interact with the holographic image three-dimensional and can, for example, to rotate the image 360 degrees with only move the fingers on a sensor of gestures. This cylindrical screen in 3D would be equipped with a video input, so it could be connected is directly to a PC, generating real-time image a powerful graphics processor. The system can display both static as moving images. For the moment, the autostereoscopic 3D display is not more than a laboratory prototype, but Sony hopes that soon you can find notable commercial applications in video games, museums and digital signage advertising, markets that have succumbed to the power of attraction of stereoscopy.


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By • 30 Dec, 1899
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