3D cell phone display revealed at Nokia World

3D cell phone display revealed at Nokia World
The Finnish giant disclosed a well kept secret at Nokia World 2009 and showcased a prototype of the N810 Internet Tablet equipped with a 3D capable cell phone display. It´s a good thing that you will not need special equipment like odd-looking and uncomfy goggles to relish truly three dimensional images, because it seems the screen has been designed to deliver 3D to the naked eye. A member of the management team of Nokia Research also revealed to Pocket-lint that the company had been working on the 3D cabable screen for years, but stated he didn´t know when Nokia would embark on the cutting-edge technology.

So, what do you think? What about seeing a movie like Final Destination 4 in all its 3D glory on the screen of your handset while on the run and moreover, without the need to resort to special glasses? How cool is that?

source: Pocket-lint



1. WKlingbeil

Posts: 215; Member since: Dec 26, 2008

Sounds cool, it's definitely not a bad thing, but I just don't know if I'd go out of my way to get a phone with it. The phone itself would have to offer other features that I want, but it's not a dealbreaker to me.

2. Quemical

Posts: 162; Member since: Jul 14, 2009

Meh, unless Im doing 4-way holoconferencing, whats the use?

4. WKlingbeil

Posts: 215; Member since: Dec 26, 2008

I actually had Samuel L. Jackson on 2-way holo the other day. He's doing pretty good, not takin b.s. from anybody as usual, but you know good ole Sammie. Strangely enough, the technology was developed on the old Moto Startac, just needed to be unlocked, pretty sweet stuff.

3. Mateo8326

Posts: 472; Member since: Jul 15, 2009

what the point of a 3D cell phone really?

5. behold--me

Posts: 679; Member since: Jun 22, 2009

this is true.....

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