AUO Deadzone-Free Naked Eye 3D Notebook Panel

AUO Deadzone-Free Naked Eye 3D Notebook Panel

AUO Deadzone-Free Naked Eye 3D Notebook Panel

AU Optronics (AUO) showcases at the FPD International 2010 the world’s first deadzone-free naked eye 3D notebook panel. The firm combines lenticular lens 3D technology with SuperD’s naked eye 3D solution to create deadzone-free 15.6-inch Full HD notebook and 10.1-inch WXGA tablet PC 3D panels that do not require the use of special glasses, allowing users to enjoy 3D images more conveniently and comfortably.

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. 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.

The new 3D panels deliver high brightness and Moire-free image quality. Both 2D and 3D modes can operate concurrently on the same display, and the viewer can switch back and forth between the two modes while retaining high resolution. The audience can still read clearly the text as they enjoy the visually stunning 3D images. This development satisfies an essential need felt by all users of 3D information displays.

[engadget]

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