With a vision toward what is inevitably the future in 3D viewing, LG has managed to bring it closer to reality here and now with the launch of its new D2000 panel today.
The inevitable future for 3D? Glasses-free of course, and that is what the D2000 is all about. This 20-inch monitor boasts glasses-free parallax barrier 3D technology in conjunction with the world's first eye-tracking feature that maintains an optimal 3D image from multiple viewing angles.
Unlike other existing glasses-free 3D technologies, LG's D2000 allows much more freedom in terms of not having to be positioned within a tightly restricted angle and distance for the effect to work properly. LG have also added a conversion feature to the monitor that allows 2D content (games, movies etc.) to be viewed in a third dimension. As to how effective that feature is, we'll have to get our hands on a sample and let you all know in the near future.
Initially becoming available in Korea later this month, the LG D2000 will also be introduced elsewhere around the globe in the coming months.
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