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3d displays

Curved panel gives more depth to 3D projections, we take a look at NAB (video)

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What we're about to show you is decidedly low-tech -- it's essentially a projection screen with a sharp curve at the bottom -- but the resulting effect conveys a more realistic 3D image, for certain applications, at least. The Communications Research Centre of Canada was on hand at NAB...
Curved panel gives more depth to 3D projections, we take a look at NAB (video)
Apple looking to bolster its 3D research group, according to job listing

This Year You Don't Have To Work at Microsoft to Get Steven Sinofsky's Take on CES

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In what has become something of an annual tradition, Steven Sinofsky has weighed in with a detailed missive offering up his perspective on what was shown at CES. For each of the last many years, Sinofsky would go to the Las Vegas show and then offer up detailed notes in...
This Year You Don't Have To Work at Microsoft to Get Steven Sinofsky's Take on CES

MIT fiber could be woven into glasses-free 3D displays, and battle cancer

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Electrical engineers and material scientists at MIT have created a fiber-borne laser that could be woven to form a flexible display that could project different 3D images in any number of directions, to any number of viewers.The new display fiber (it doesn’t seem to have an official name) works in...
MIT fiber could be woven into glasses-free 3D displays, and battle cancer
Apple job opening hints at continued work to incorporate 3D technology into iOS

Check out the LEAP: control your Mac with gestures for only $69

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=_d6KuiuteIA We all know there’ll be a day when the mouse and keyboard will become obsolete, but many may think that day is far off. However with a new project called LEAP that day just might be here. First noted by The Wall Street Journal, the LEAP, developed by parent company Leap...
Check out the LEAP: control your Mac with gestures for only $69
Soon We'll Get To View Holograms On Our Phones And Tablets

Nintendo ordered to pay $30 million in 3DS patent case

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Nintendo has been ordered to pay $30.2 million in damages to Tomita Technologies after a jury found that the company infringed on a patent for glasses-free 3D displays. The ruling found that Nintendo used the technology in the Nintendo 3DS without permission. The case revolves around a patent for...
Nintendo ordered to pay $30 million in 3DS patent case

ID Software puts Doom 3 BFG Edition source code on GitHub to keep modding community kicking

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Id Software on Monday made a big announcement for its modding community. The GPL source code for the Doom 3 BFG Edition is now available on GitHub. If you played any of the Doom games, including many of its mods, this update is definitely for you. Even if you aren’t...
ID Software puts Doom 3 BFG Edition source code on GitHub to keep modding community kicking
Lytro update adding 'all-focus' perspective-shifting parallax mode and 3D display support

Amazon Making Smartphone With 3D Screen, Dedicated Audio Streaming Device, WSJ Reports

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Amazon offers a range of hardware, including its Kindle e-readers and tablets, but now it’s looking to expand the line with two new smartphones and an audio-only device that streams music, according to the Wall Street Journal. The phones include a high-end one with a glasses-free 3D screen, as well...
Amazon Making Smartphone With 3D Screen, Dedicated Audio Streaming Device, WSJ Reports

VIA EPIA-P910 stuffs 3D display support, quad-core into a Pico-ITX size

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If there's been a race in the Pico-ITX realm to catch up to full-size PCs, VIA just leapt ahead by a few bounds with the EPIA-P910. The tiny PC mates one of VIA's 1GHz QuadCore E-Series processors with a VX11H media core to handle the kinds of tasks that...
VIA EPIA-P910 stuffs 3D display support, quad-core into a Pico-ITX size

MIT hushing up swarmbot display tech?

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On Wednesday morning, Evan Ackerman over at BotJunkie posted about MIT's Flyfire system. The idea behind the system is simple and very exciting: Swarms of tiny LED-carrying robot helicopters arrange themselves in the air to make 2D or 3D displays in which each bot serves as a single pixel....
MIT hushing up swarmbot display tech?

Stream TV finds a manufacturing partner in Pegatron for glasses-free 3D displays

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We've been hearing about (and even seeing) Stream TV's Ultra-D autostereoscopic 3D chops for a while now, but so far there hasn't been any actual hardware to show for it. That could change soon, since the company is announcing OEM Pegatron as a manufacturing partner today. Ultra-D's claim to...
Stream TV finds a manufacturing partner in Pegatron for glasses-free 3D displays
Samsung has 'no immediate plan' for 3D smartphones

Hands-on with Meta 1, a 3D augmented reality headset with a natural UI (video)

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Augmented reality is the future, or at least the proliferation of AR apps and hardware seems to indicate that'll be the case. Meta revealed its own augmented reality device, called Meta 1, in January and is currently in the midst of a Kickstarter campaign to ramp up manufacturing and...
Hands-on with Meta 1, a 3D augmented reality headset with a natural UI (video)

Dolby Labs and Philips unveil Dolby 3D tech, want to deliver glasses-free 3D in HD

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Dolby helped the 3D revolution happen in movie theaters years ago, and now it's teamed up with Philips to do the same for TVs, tablets, laptops and phones. The two companies have created a format and content delivery technology, dubbed Dolby 3D, to bring high definition 3D content to...
Dolby Labs and Philips unveil Dolby 3D tech, want to deliver glasses-free 3D in HD

Switched On: The Old Adventures of New 3D

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Each week Ross Rubin contributes Switched On, a column about consumer technology. In the unmarked office of 3-D Vision, Inc., you can see a television or PC display a videogame or movie with a convincing stereoscopic effect. That might not seem very unique. However, the television is a CRT...
Switched On: The Old Adventures of New 3D

Samsung: Galaxy S III with a 3D display? Forget about it.

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Samsung must be enjoying the amount of buzz its next flagship Android smartphone is generating, despite the company’s silence on what will be included in the device and when it will launch, but it has today moved to quash any rumours it is about to incorporate a 3D display in...
Samsung: Galaxy S III with a 3D display? Forget about it.

MediaTek sees no reason cheap phones can't have Ice Cream Sandwich too

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If you don't want to drop $300 on a phone we don't blame you -- honestly, the idea makes us feel a bit dirty too. MediaTek doesn't seen any reason for it either. The company has been working its way in to the mobile chipset business for a little...
MediaTek sees no reason cheap phones can't have Ice Cream Sandwich too

Meta partners with Epson to tackle Google Glass

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Startup Meta has partnered with Epson to break into the nascent wearable devices market. In contrast with Googleís Project Glass single display approach, Metaís planned product will utilize dual 3D displays. It also aims to add further depth to the AR experience by incorporating 3D tracking for gesture control, which...
Meta partners with Epson to tackle Google Glass

Fuzhou Rockchip announces RK30 for the budget tablets of today

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Budget ARM licensee Rockchip has been bawling out its wares on the streets of Barcelona as the company announces its newest RK30xx platform. Rockchip provide the internals for a variety of low-cost android tablets, often based on last year's technology. The newest system will be based on ARM's dual-core...
Fuzhou Rockchip announces RK30 for the budget tablets of today

EyeFly 3D screen protector makes iPhone 5 3D-capable

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The nano-engineered plastic film, developed by a team of researchers from Singapore, turns mobile devices into glasses-free 3D displays. [Read more]...
EyeFly 3D screen protector makes iPhone 5 3D-capable
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