Features of Zecotek’s 3D System
Other unique features of Zecotek’s 3DD include both continuous motion parallax and the occlusion effect within the viewing angle. (Motion parallax is the apparent difference in the direction of movement or speed produced when the subject moves relative to his environment. The occlusion effect is the blocking of one object by another opaque or non-transparent object located in front of it but where the hidden object can still be seen if viewed from a different angle, for example, in side view). The combination of motion parallax and the occlusion effect eliminate the sense of imbalance and dizziness which can occur in particular with polarized and shutter-type glasses and which are contributing to concerns over health and safety of 3D viewing.
Zecotek’s 3DD is scalable and offers both small 3D display screens for use in the transportation, personal computing and gaming industries, and large 3D display screens designed to meet the expected demand for industrial, advertisement, medical and home entertainment markets.
Zecotek's 5th generation system has been specifically designed to accommodate the emerging next-generation OLED’s and LED’s and control systems, which will allow for both flat, thin panel 3D displays as well as powerful back projection desk top configurations.
Zecotek has utilized its world-class expertise in optics to develop a high-performance, auto stereoscopic, 3D/2D display that leverages a highly cost-effective proprietary architecture. Zecotek’s 3D display technology provides multiple viewers with true volumetric visualization – exhibiting depth and parallax, over a wide viewing angle – without resorting to special glasses or other user aides.
Zecotek's 3D/2D Display provides a new level of user interface aimed at a wide range of applications:
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