A Japanese company claims to have developed a 3D panel that won’t need those ludicrous spectacles to show you everything in gory three dimensional detail.
Newsight, according to Japanese wire nikkei.com, will introduce digital picture frames and digital signage. The first digital frame will come with 2GB of memory and cost around $350 and be available in August.
Later in the year, the company will release digital signage panels at a cost of around $600 or so and which has a wi-fi port.
The panels will use a USB port to import 2D images and the panels autoconverts one image to five, each at a slightly different viewing angle, says nikkei.com. The panel is overlaid with a lens that makes the images appear as 3D images.