Philips shows off 3D displays at CES

Posted on Tuesday, Jan 09 2007 @ 23:58 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Philips is presenting 3D displays at CES 2007 in Las Vegas this week. Here's some info:
Philips’ 3D displays, using “WOWvx” technology, deliver 3D effects without the need for special glasses or filters. These professional displays aimed at use inside shopping malls, casinos, restaurants and museums where the 3D displays are used as a differentiator, immediately grabbing the attention of the visitor.

To support its customers in the creation of the 3D content, Philips has developed a suite of 3D content-enabling software, to unlock the customer’s new and existing material for visualization in 3D using the ‘2D-plus-depth’ format. This includes plug-ins for animation software, OpenGL Control for real-time applications, and semi-automated video conversion from 2D to 3D as well as real-time stereo to 3D conversion tools...
More details at DailyTech. They also have some photos.

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