News tagged ‘3d technology’
Thursday, 10 Oct 2013
Disney Research has unveiled an electrostatic tactile feedback system that is able to simulate friction forces on a touch screen. It will then create the illusion of surface variations, making the user "feel" that he is touching a 3D object displayed on the screen.
Tuesday, 14 Feb 2012
Images and specs for the upcoming LG Optimus 3D 2 have been published online before its debut at MWC, BGR reports.
Thursday, 5 Jan 2012
At CES 2012, LG will be showcasing its Super Ultrabook series, the LG Z330 and Z430. Both ultrabooks are slated for a global availability sometime in Q1 2012.
Monday, 15 Aug 2011
Researchers at California State University have recently carried out a study, of which the results have led them to believe that watching 3D movies is not as great as it is cracked up to be.
Thursday, 11 Aug 2011
3D technology is fast crossing paths with mobile smartphones. Today, LG officially launched its first 3D smartphone, the LG Optimus 3D, an Android 2.2 device that comes with a dual 5-megapixel camera for 3D imaging and a dual-core 1GHz processor.
Wednesday, 10 Aug 2011
With 3D technology becoming mainstream, HTC is the next in line to introduce a 3D smartphone. Dubbed as the HTC Evo 3D, the Android 2.3 device comes with two 5-megapixel cameras for 3D imaging and a glass-free 3D viewing experience.
Monday, 24 Jan 2011
Companies responsible for film, television and gaming media are touting it as the future of entertainment. Rather than thrill you, however, the increasing use 3D technology could make you feel ill according to optometrists.
Tuesday, 4 Jan 2011
Samsung teases with snapshots of its upcoming Series 9 LED-backlit 3DTV prior to the official opening of CES 2011.
Wednesday, 23 Jun 2010
Samsung officially launches five flagship home theater products today to reinforce the companyÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s drive in providing consumers with a complete 3D ecosystem. The new AV systems include the 3D-capable HT-C6950W Home Theatre System and 3D-ready BD-C7500 Blu-ray player.
Friday, 4 Jun 2010
The existence of interoperability issues with 3D glasses is one of the more notable bane of 3D televisions. XSpanD is hoping to resolve this thorny issue with its recently announced universal active-shutter glasses, set to be priced at US$129.