In-Car Screens Could Soon Use 3D Image Technology
By Antony Ingram
Nintendo’s 3DS has caused something of a stir in the world of 3D imaging. Rather than using unfashionable and unwieldy 3D glasses to view a stereoscopic image, the 3DS and some other recent gadgets use autostereoscopy, utilizing two layered screens to display an image that appears 3D to the user.
Now, technology company MasterImage is developing autostereoscopic screens for use in cars and aircraft.
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