At this year's Society for Information Displays (SID) conference Royal Philips Electronics is showcasing multi-view 3-D display technology for video entertainment -- including gaming, automotive display and mobile applications -- that allows consumers to enjoy highly-realistic visual images. The new 3-D display offerings combine Philips' unique patented slanted lenticular lens technology with real time 2-D to 3-D conversion software that can toggle between 2-D and 3-D on any type of flat display module (transmissive LCD, reflective LCD or emissive display).
Philips' 3-D autostereoscopic display technology can be enjoyed by multiple viewers without the need for glasses with special lenses to experience the natural 3-D effect and also provides a wide viewing angle that can be enjoyed by multiple viewers. With Philips' new technology, viewers have the advantage to "look around" objects without losing the stereoscopic effect or brightness of the display even during movement. Using Philips' advanced technology, a viewer is not required to hold his head in a certain position in order to examine the image, viewing it in 3-D.
News source: SpaceDaily