B-Vision Delivers 3D Without The Need For Glasses

Posted Thu Oct 8, 2009 at 06:00 AM PDT by Mike Attebery

Using a piece of angled glass, Holoart’s 3D B-Vision lets viewers experience 3D images without the need for special head gear.

Looking a bit reminiscent of arcade games which used angled mirrors to display an image, the unit isn’t the prettiest thing on the market, but what it does is quite interesting. Using a composite or VGA source, the 3D B-Vision projects a stereoscopic image which, when viewed through the glass, assembles to form a single three dimensional picture.

This probably won’t be a revolutionary device for home viewing, and the company’s other offerings such as a desk type 3D B-Vision and spherical displays are also unlikely to make a giant splash either, but we’ve got to give it to Holoart though, they’re trying something new.

Source: Holoart (via Google Translate)

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Tags: B-Vision, 3D, Holoart (all tags)