Consumer electronics vendors are currently busy burying the public consciousness under an avalanche of 3D products, but what’s next? It is probably too early to ask that question as another wave of 3D gadgets and gizmos looms. We are talking about 3D of the glasses- and deadzone-free variety.
“With an eye-tracking system that captures viewers' eyeball movements, AUO's deadzone-free naked eye 3D technology overcomes the confined viewing angles of conventional 3D displays,” AUO said in a release.
“Regardless of location, the viewers will be able to perceive 3D images of equally high quality. Not only will there be better 3D images to see, the audience will also feel much more comfortable not having to be confined by viewing angles.”
Not only do AUO’s 3D panels support simultaneous operation of both 2D and 3D modes, but can also switch back and forth between the two.