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Qualcomm No-Glasses 3D Tablet Reference Design Hands-On Video

Qualcomm and MasterImage 3D have teamed up in producing a 10.1-inch, Android 4.0 reference design tablet using the Snapdragon S4 processor and MasterImage’s glasses-free 3D technology.
We saw a small demo unit of the MasterImage glasses-free 3D display at CES 2012, and the quality of…

Qualcomm Show’s Off a No Glasses 3D MDP Tablet at MWC Update: Video

Ironically I’m wearing a “3D I want my money back” t-shirt while writing this blog post, however, there is one company which has made me pause and re-think my position. Master Image 3D has some no glasses 3D screen technology that really does look fantastic…

ASUS MeMo Fails to Make it to Market?

ASUS debuted the Eee Pad MeMO… back in January with a projected shipping date of June. This 7″ tablet was meant to fullfil the needs of Artists and note takers a like with its pressure-sensitive stylus. A few months ago ASUS thought this tablet wasn’t

Pic3D Film Gives Your iPhone a No Glasses 3D Display for $25!

Pic3D has created a film that turns any device into a no glasses 3D display. The film is based on the lenticular lens system and there will be films offered in multiple sizes to fit different devices. The film will come in sizes for 12.1-inch,…

Scaleform No Glasses 3D Gaming UI heading to Tegra Phones & Tablets

Lots of interesting companies here at Nvidia’s GPU Conference and Scaleform certainly fits the bill but not in an obvious way. They are the leading provider of Flash-based user interface tools and middleware for video games and consumer electronics. I usually agree that Middleware is…

Holyforce 3D PMP Hands on during IFA 2010 (No Glasses 3D!!)

While at the Rockchip booth at IFA 2010 Sascha came across the Holyforce 3D PMP with a 3.8-inch display and the Rockchip 2016 700Mhz CPU. If you are unfamiliar with Rockchip you should get familiar its the chipset of choice for many Chinese tablet manufacturers.…

10″ 3D Display Demoed by Sharp Aimed at Tablets & Netbooks

Japanese electronics company Sharp showed a 3D display measuring 10.1 and 10.6 inches which could be used in netbooks. What sets this apart from traditonal 3D is that you don’t need glasses to see it in 3D, Sharp has actually come out with 3.4″ 3D…