Hitachi unveils 4.5-inch 3D display with 720p resolution; no glasses required
Well, Hitachi has just unveiled an IPS LCD display that appears to be capable of bringing the glasses-free 3D experience to the next level. The panel may be only 4.5 inches in diagonal, but packs the impressive resolution of 1280 by 720 pixels, which is a step up from what one would see on a contemporary 3D-enabled device. Besides that, a quick calculation shows that the display clocks in at 326 ppi, which means that it should be able to deliver images as sharp and detailed as they look on the iPhone 4's Retina display, at least in 2D mode.
brighter in 3D mode than it is when displaying 2D images. That is accomplished thanks to the more efficient lenticular lens technology, which has been used instead of the parallax barrier method in creating the stereoscopic 3D effect.
It has not been said when Hitachi's display will become available or will it ever make it to a commercial device at all. However, that probably depends on whether there will be sufficient demand for the technology, and our poll from not long ago indicates that the market is simply not that crazy about 3D-capable smartphones just yet.
source: Hitachi (translated) via GSMArena
1. tedkord posted on 21 Jul 2011, 06:16 7 1
Watch out, Hitachi. That's groundbreaking technology. Apple is gonna sue.
Just kidding. Sounds awesome, though I have to say, the 3D existing now, such as on the Nintendo 3Ds. , looks pretty poor, to my eyes. It's almost distracting.
2. Laurynas (unregistered) posted on 21 Jul 2011, 06:20 1 1
Evolution of glass-free 3D displays, good news! :)
Also there is some more interesting info about glass-free 3D:
Pic3D film makes any LCD display 3D
3. joe567 (unregistered) posted on 21 Jul 2011, 12:08 1 0
3d phones are lame..but really..no good for the eyes..headaches/dizziness..etc...just make a great high res phone n a good camera with GB on it
5. remixfa posted on 21 Jul 2011, 21:20 0 0
its only lame until apple "invents it" for its iphone. :)