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3D Displays Without Glasses

Published August 25, 2015


3D displays have become quite popular with home cinema types, but with the need for 3D glasses, their use in public environments is very difficult.

A new type of 3D display, called Autostereoscopic 3D has been developed to remove the need for glasses.

Semicom Visual have a range of Autostereoscopic 3D Displays for use in digital signage and information display.

Designed for shop advertising, or casino gaming kiosks, these displays add an extra pop to any marketing devices.

Although to get the best 3D effect, specially designed 8-view media is required, it is possible to use standard side-by-side or multi-stream 3D media with these devices.


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