Don't get too excited, not much progress thus far.
Some people have suggested that IZ3D ghosting could possibly be fixed by collimating the light from the backlight into a more coherent form. I have played around with 3M Vikuiti films before when performing LED backlight mods to CCFL displays, and they have solutions that look like they will work well.
Anybody have any ideas/feedback? I am mostly looking for feedback from IZ3D staff, as this must have seemed an obvious step if it makes a difference, and I am curious as to why it was left out. I am currently waiting on some engineering samples from 3M that are large enough for the IZ3D monitor, but it can take as long as 3 weeks for them to work through the system. Figured I may as well get some insight on this while I wait.
Either way, it will be a fairly easy mod, and one I have done with other films countless times. No offense to the IZ3D team, but I suspect the light diffusion materials in their monitor are below the quality of some of the Vikuiti stuff. It would be especially nice if I could swap out the rear polarizer for something with better transmission and light recycling characteristics, but I will probably hold off on that unless I can get a go-ahead from someone who knows if the IZ3D rearmost polarization panel is normal stuff, or some funky thing they cooked up themselves.