“PHILIPS IS SHOWING OFF its 2D-plus-Depth content (so 3D then?) at the IBC 2008 show in Amsterdam.
The company has its special ‘no-glasses-required’ displays set up with three demos designed to show how easy it is to tack on this feature to existing content distribution infrastructures without sending the storage or bandwidth requirements through the ceiling.”
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Source: The Inquirer
Phillips is busy showing off four monitors that are capable of showing 3D content without the need for funky glasses. The Inquirer doesn’t have much information on the displays, and it is inherently difficult to show you 3D pictures unless you have one of these monitors … or some funky glasses. It is nice to know that the difficult process of rendering 3D on a 2D display without accessories still has a few bright minds working away at solving it.