Nikon launches glasses free, Android-powered 3D photo frame

By October 27, 2010March 24th, 2020Newswires

Nikon launches glasses free, Android-powered 3D photo frame

2D to 3D conversion available

By Dean Wilson

Nikon has launched an Android-powered photo frame which allows you to view pictures in full high-quality 3D without needing 3D glasses.

The My Picturetown 3D NF-300i may look like a simple photo frame at first, but because it’s powered by Android it has some extra features, such as a digital calendar, clock, and weather display. The glasses-free 3D is achieved via a 7.2-inch lenticular display with a horizontal double-density pixel system built into the LCD panel, enabling stereoscopic viewing. 

3D is often criticised for being dull and low in quality, but Nikon promises the images viewable on the NF-300i will be both bright and high-quality, displaying at the same resolution as their 2D counterparts, which can also be displayed on the device.

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