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Articles tagged with: 2D

New HD LCD Screen By Hitachi

A new LCD screen that was launched by Hitachi, can be used for viewing 3D content without using any glasses. This latest screen is 4.5 inches wide and can be used in small gadgets and portable devices.

According to experts, a lot of improvement has been made in this new LCD screen. Last year, Hitachi launched a 3.1 inch screen with just 480*854 resolution. This time the resolution is 1280*720 which is a big difference and great improvement.

EA Offers $1 Billion To Game Maker, PopCap

According to reports, Electronic Arts is looking to purchase the popular game maker, PopCap. If the deal goes through, it could be one of the biggest in EA’s history.

PopCap Games was founded in 2000 and currently generates about $100 million in revenue each year, housing 400 employees in the organization.

Popcap has produced many successful games for PC, Mac, Nintendo, Xbox, Playstation, Android, and iOS and usually sticks with basic 2-D games like Bejeweled and Plants versus Zombies.

Dimenco Announces 52″ Lenticular TV

Ex-Philips engineers have started a company called Dimenco with the prime goal of developing glasses-free TV. Rather than calling them Googlers (since they didn’t work at Google), you have my permission to call them Philips-ers (although that doesn’t roll off the tongue very well.) The four engineers started the company with the idea that they would have the first commercial product available by year 2013.

Dimenco has today announced that it will be unleashing a 52″ lenticular (produces illusion of depth) TV LCD, offering full 1080p visuals via glasses-free 3D.

The New Toshiba Dynabook With Glasses-Free 3D Technology

If you’ve been craving something new in a laptop, look no more. The latest Dynabook has just been revealed, and it looks more promising than ever. The T851/D8CR is a full featurered notebook with a 15.6-inch Full HD laptop and offeres Super View 3D Glasses-Free technology with a face tracking system.

What does this all mean? The laptop can produce both 2D and 3D images simultaneously, without the need for goofy looking glasses. Yes, I am a little surprised too after all the complaints with the Nintendo 3DS but being that this device does not generate 3D view at all times, I think users will not have too hard of a time to adapt.