3D Without Glasses: New Video shows Autostereo on Android

By Alan Ng - Sep 25, 2010

We have an interesting video for you to look at now, particularly for those of you who are interested in the future of 3D technology. The video shows off the relatively new Autostereo tech, which allows for 3D visuals without the need for glasses.

As reported from Phandroid, the new autostereo interface was shown off by Scaleform at NVIDIA’s recent GPU Technology Conference. The device shown also features the latest technologies by Master Image and also makes use of NVIDIA’s TEGRA processor.

We have no idea what the game shown in the video is, but it certainly looks impressive none the less. For those of you who have already forked out on a 3D TV set (me included), are you worried at the speed of which glasses-free 3D tech is developing?

After paying so much for the latest tech, it won’t seem worth it if Android games will be available in 3D without glasses by 2011. Watch the video below and let us know your thoughts on it.

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Also See: 3D-TV: Toshiba plan to roll out larger glasses-free screens

  • Tony

    too bad Lazaro has no idea wtf he is talking about! Android is an operating system…. not a phone. Phone support Android. Adroid based phones far outsell iphones at this stage of the game.

  • too bad android is garbage.. oh well… more wasted specs on a foreclosing phone haha

  • Ural

    Put on some standard cinema 3d polarized glasses and watch Avatar on a Samsung Galaxy S,


    The Vibrant has 3d!

  • bob

    seems interesting wonder how the end product will be and how much battery it will eat up but sounds cool