SID 2011: Toshiba Tablet-sized 3D display exposed, No Glasses

With the advancements in 3D technology beginning to make an impact in the mobile device market, the future of smartphones and tablets could see more effective 3D features in them. The G-Slate so far has a head start on the market with their 3D capabilities.

In the recent SID 2011 Toshiba revealed an 8” 3D display that suggests use for a tablet. The most impressive thing about the display, other than its size is the fact that there is no need for 3D glasses, a feature that most manufacturers are seemingly struggling with trying to include in their 3D devices.

The display was spotted by Engadget who while at SID pressed the manufacturers of the display for answers as to what I was for. They were unsuccessful however as the representative refused to give anything away other than saying it would ‘make sense’ for a tablet.

As with the other devices that feature this glasses-free depth perceptive 3D technology, in order to get the 3D effect the display must be looked upon from a central view. Check out the full article at Engadget by clicking the link above where you will also find a video of the display.

Are you impressed by this display? Which device do you think it will feature in? Let us know in the comments below.

Written by Chris Cook

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