Alioscopy Unveils 3D Video Without Glasses

By June 5, 2009Newswires

MTBS saw Alioscopy displayed in a couple different forms at Dimension 3 in France this week, and it was pretty impressive looking.

Alioscopy Unveils 3D Video Without the Red-and-Blue Glasses
By: Chris Preimesberger

SAN FRANCISCO — It`s pretty hard to get people — busy New Yorkers, in particular — to stop in their tracks on the sidewalk to look at an advertising display. Let`s face it, much of New York City is an advertising opportunity.

Yet a single 42-inch LED display screen in the window of an unoccupied retail store on Seventh Avenue and 50th Street in Manhattan is causing groups of people to stop, look and wonder.

The display shows looped videos of a rotating Snickers bar and a moving Intel logo. What`s different about this is that it is a 3-dimensional display which doesn`t require viewers to wear those annoying red-and-blue glasses to see the 3D effect.

It really looks like the Snickers bar is being handed to you through the screen, and that you can reach out and touch the Intel logo. The experience is like looking through a window.

Read the rest of the story here: http://www.eweek.com/c/a/Video/Alioscop … es-804779/

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