iPad 2 3D model: Glasses-free display demonstrated

Fancy some 3D action on your Apple tablet?

iPad 2 joins in on the 3DS action.

Researchers in France have devised technology that delivers a glasses-free 3D display on the iPad 2.

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Apple iPad 2 video

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Jeremie Francone and Laurence Nigay who work for the EHCI research group, are the men behind the Apple tablet innovation, utilizing the iPad 2 camera and head-tracking technology to allow 3D objects to be viewed on the 9.7-inch display.

The great thing about it is that it does not require any additional hardware which could pave the way for other devices to follow in the footsteps of the Nintendo 3DS and the LG Optimus 3D smartphone.

Research on the 3D technology is still in the early stages so it may be some time before we see it on any device.

You can check it out in action on the iPhone 4 and iPad 2 in the two videos below.

Link: newsden

iPad 2 3D display

iPhone 4 3D display