By Jennifer MacAdam-Miller
Long-awaited, and long overdue, advances in autostereoscopic (glasses-free) 3D technology that have reached the consumer market in recent years were met with considerable skepticism from the AR/VR community. Limitations such as sweet spots for viewing, dead zones, and single-player restrictions have made glasses-free 3D less than appealing. So far, 3D game enthusiasts have mostly opted to stick with their glasses.
Dimension Technologies Inc. (DTI), the Rochester, NY-based engineering and development company best known for developing the first switchable 2D/autostereoscopic 3D display for NASA back in 1989 (along with 14 generations of product refinements for various industries), thinks its technology can change the game.
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