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Microsoft’s Glasses-Free 3D Display

June 15th, 2010 06:30 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

An anonymous reader writes “The Microsoft Applied Sciences Group has developed a new lens that lets you watch three-dimensional content without 3D glasses. The new lens is thinner at the bottom (about 6mm) than at the top (11mm) and steers light to a viewer’s eyes via LEDs along its bottom edge. The 3D display uses a camera to track viewers so that it knows where to steer the light; the idea isn’t new, but the required CPU power is now affordable and small enough to pull it off on a large scale.”

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