Japan NICT and JVC Kenwood build the world’s largest glasses-free 3D display...
Japan’s National Institute of Information and Communications (NICT) and JVC Kenwood recently unveiled it’s a massive 200-inch glasses-free 3D display, which they claim is the world’s largest auto-stereoscopic 3D display.
The screen weights over 1,000lbs and creates 3D images using 57 projectors, which must be individually tuned to maintain uniform brightness and color consistency.
World's Largest Glasses-Free 3D Display
The screen displays images in full HD and has 57 different viewing angles to ensure throngs of people can enjoy the same 3D experience at the same time. Not only that, the display also features a condenser lens and a diffuser film to smooth the transition between viewing angles.
The team are now working on an improved version with 200 different viewing angles, however there’s still no word that either display will ever be reproduced for the consumer market, nevertheless I’m certain the display could find a perfect home as a city center billboard, or as an information/advertising display in convention centers and malls.