Friday, January 30, 2009

"HARDWARE: Alioscopy shows glasses free 3D TV"

Alioscopy Singapore Pte Ltd. also demonstated an LCD television fitted with an integral lenticular lens for glasses-free 3D. Called stereovision by the company, the Aliscopy displayed specially mixed videos combining eight different points of view. Displayed on customized LCD screens fitting an array of lenticular lenses, each eye addresses these lenses from a different angle and thus receives a different point of view in the mixed video. This results in a 3D stereo image including object coming through the stereo window protrude in front of the display, according to the company. Viewers can view the 3D images over a wide viewing angle on the 40" full HD (1920-by-1080 pixel) flat LCD panel, which provides 30 line-per-inch resolution for each of the eight stereo images.