I haven't seen one yet, but I think sharp produces some more autostereoscopic displays.
And Phillips is going to present or presented a autostereoscopic TV (very expencive!)
In generall you have to sit in one/multiple fixed positions to get the 3D image right. The lenses of the Monitor derect the light from different pixels (left/right one or even more...) to different angles.
I wonder if the distance to the monitor is important
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