Great 3D stereo kiosk from the Heinrich Hertz Institute

[CEATEC 209] The Ceatec show arguably had way too many “3D” (stereo) TVs this year. Not only they all have similar functionalities, they also require glasses, which is annoying and not family-friendly. This 3D stereo kiosk does not require special glasses and displays the best stereo 3D that I have seen so far. It can do that, thanks to a pair of cameras that track your eyes, it can adapt the image separation (left+right) optimally. The 3D effect is stunning and the resolution is high enough (I’d say 1280×1024 or so) to be comfortable to use. You can head to the website to get more details, but unfortunately, it’s best to experience it for yourself… in front of the kiosk.

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