Japanese firm Seiko Epson is developing a screen that will make images on mobile phones appear in three dimensions. The display, due to be mass produced in two years, can create the illusion of 3D without special glasses.Seiko’s 2.5 inch 1024 x 768 pixel screen uses an array of convex lenses to make your eyes see a picture slightly differently, reports TechRadar website.
However, for the 3D effect to work the initial picture must be shot using a special technique. Up to eight cameras photograph an object from different angles. The data is then processed to produce an image that looks three dimensional when viewed on the screen.
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