If this whole 3D fad is going to stick around, can we at least ditch the goofy looking glasses? Eizo is more than happy to oblige with that request and has announced the DuraVision FDF2301-3D, a 23-inch monitor capable of churning out stereoscopic images without requiring any headgear.
According to Eizo, it's the "world's first naked-eye 3D desktop monitor available in the 23-inch size and at full high definition (1920x1080)." To produce the 3D effect without any additional hardware, the panel uses a directional backlight that displays parallax images.
"Furthermore, because the direction of the parallax image that reaches the viewer's left and right eyes is determined by the LED light source of the LCD monitor, the moire and color stripes that occur by using a parallax barrier or lenticular lens as with other naked-eye 3D technologies are not an issue," Eizo explains.
Eizo says it's new display will launch in the second quarter of 2011. No word yet on price.