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Saturday, July 17, 2010

3D Display on mobile phones

       After a boom in the 3D and animation industry in recent times, mobile phone vendors are now all set to market phones with 3D displays. Samsung Corp. is the first one to sell 3D mobile, Samsung W960 Amoled 3D to the world. The 3D images can be viewed without using any special glasses. The users of mobile phones, communicators or pocket PCs can use the display as an accessory making it possible to switch between 2D and 3D modes. The volume screen images can be viewed from different screen positions even if the mobile is turned by a large angle.
       The displays are built on organic luminodiodes. The amount of profits expected from the sales is over 2 billion dollars. Other players vying for the same market segment are :

  • The 3D liquid crystal monitor C-nt, produced by the German company SeeReal Technologies GmbH, has a diagonal equal twenty inches and a screen resolution of 1600 x 1200 pixels. This device has a high price about twelve thousands dollars.
  • The Japanese corporation Sharp, began the selling of the notebooks Actius RD3D with fifteen inches screens about a year ago. These displays are able to switch between the 2D and 3D modes.
       In addition, both devices - the monitor C-nt and the laptop Actius RD3D have significant disadvantages - the volume image can be viewed only from a certain angle. The display for the mobile phones is made with the  TFT technology.

       The Samsung W960 Amoled 3D is a CDMA mobile phone packing 3.2-inch Amoled capacitive touch display with WQVGA resolution, 3.2 megapixel auto-focus camera, 3G support with HSPA, DMB-T TV tuner, Bluetooth and microSD card slot. It’s powered by the Samsung TouchWiz 2.0.

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