Samsung Touts High-res 3D Display

"Samsung Touts High-res 3D Display"

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According to an online source, a research team spearheaded by Samsung Electronics Co. has developed a high-resolution dual capacity display that allows 3-D images to be viewed on a flat- panel display without special filter glasses.

The Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Energy claimed the new Samsung display, developed with the help of other local firms and research institutes, includes both 3D and regular 2D modes. The ministry said it expects the new display to be commercialized by 2009.

Samsung has already built a 17-inch monitor prototype of the 3D display, which uses binocular disparity and time sequential "lens plus barrier" systems.

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