Did you see the information regarding engineers in France that had created a sort of 3D effect by using the front facing camera to create some glasses-free 3D visuals? Yeah, we got pretty excited to, but that seems to pale in comparison to what’s coming out of Japan.
NewSight Japan, a Japanese technology firm, is proudly showcasing their 3D iPad at the Display 2011 convention. Basically, what they’ve done is create a thin screen cover that will cover your iPad screen and give you some glasses-free 3D. By combining software and the screen cover, users can enjoy the touchscreen capabilities with the 3D effects that so many crave.
What’s your take on this? Sure, it isn’t native…yet. But, with so many looking to create 3D tablets, there’s no doubt that the 3D will in involved in the next iPad release. Apple rarely allows wiggle room for others to utilize their products when they know they can create an effect with ease. They will, as we know, and we’re eager to see just what they concoct in their next iPad unit.
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