NICT and JVC Kenwood have come together to showcase a 200-inch 3D TV that is completely glassesless and allows for 57 viewing angles. The screen has been developed as a way of showcasing just how far stereoscopic 3D technology has come.
With a full-HD resolution of 1920 x 1080p the screen is made up of 57 separate projectors, each one displaying an image with a viewing angle of just 13-degrees. Add all these together and you get a colossal image with 57 viewing angles which, combined, makes the image appear truly 3D with visitors experiencing the illusion of being able to actually look around an object.
Of course it's just a prototype, but this form of technology is already in use with TV screens that allow more than one person to view stereoscopic 3D without glasses and in more simplistic environments as a split screen for car sat-navs.
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