IFA 2010: Sharp glasses-free 3D mobile phone prototype demoed- VIDEO
It isn’t just TVs getting 3D tech thrown into them these days. Next year looks set to see a whole host of mobile phones getting in on the action too, and glasses-free to boot.
Sharp had a prototype of one such device on show at IFA this year. Featuring the same lenticular lens technology as seen in the Nintendo 3DS, the 3.8 inch screen could quite capably give a sense of depth to images displayed on it. Sure, it wasn’t a patch on a large 3D TV screen, but it was a nice little glimpse at what will be waiting just around the corner.
3D images could be captured on the prototype using a stereo camera on the rear, while 3D video could be outputted straight to a 3D-ready TV over a HDMI connection.
No word on specific devices that will use the lenticular 3D tech yet from Sharp, but a spokesperson at the event hinted at a launch before the end of the year.
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