04. 13. 2011
Apple researchers experiment with glasses free 3D
After the release of the Nintendo 3DS earlier this year, it's clear that you no longer need special glasses in order to enjoy a 3D experience. Therefore, it comes as no surprise that other manufacturers are experimenting with these kind of technologies as well.
According to Cnet, researchers in France are currently working on providing users with 3D for Apple's iPad and iPhone devices without the need for glases.
The technology is known amongst the researchers as Head-Couple Perspective and cleverly uses the camera on the front of the device to "create" a 3D display by detecting where the user's head is.
It seems that this technology could be available on the marketplace pretty soon and the researchers suggest that trials to date have proved very encouraging.