LG extends its glasses-free 3D monitor lineup with the 25-inch DX2500, which incorporates glasses-free parallax barrier 3D and head-tracking technologies.
For optimal viewing of 3D images, existing glasses-free 3D products generally require viewers to stay within a tightly restricted angle and distance. However, the 25-inch DX2500 monitor has removed this restriction with the parallax barrier 3D and head-tracking technologies, allowing viewers greater freedom of movement.
Position tracking in the DX2500 works via a camera embedded in the monitor, which detects changes in the user's eye and head position in real-time. Based on this information, the monitor calculates the angle and position of the viewer and adjusts the image to display the optimal 3D effect. The monitor also features a 2D to 3D conversion function, allowing users to view 3D content such as movies, photos and games all with a single mouse click.
The DX2500 has also received the TUV Rheinland certification for its glasses-free 3D function.
Now available in Korea, the DX2500 will be launched worldwide in early 2012.
LG plans to continue to expand its range of glasses-free 3D monitors featuring different designs and advanced functions in 2012, according to Si-hwan Park, Vice President of the Monitor Division at LG?s Home Entertainment Company.