Sharp will be announcing the world’s first 3D/2D switchable touchscreen display that doesn’t require 3D glasses to enjoy the 3D effect that we’ve all the longing for. Apparently this is the same kind of 3D display that the upcoming Nintendo 3DS will feature. The magic behind the display is the parallax barrier system and taking advantage of advances made in CG-Silicon technology, the LCD is able to achieve better image quality and brightness. The 3D display should sport a 3.4-inch size with a 480 x 854 resolution, 1000:1 contrast ratio, and 500cd/m2 brightness in 2D mode. Whatever magic Sharp is planning to work on its display technology, as long as it gives us a great 3D experience at an consumer-friendly price, there shouldn’t be any complaints.
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