Japan Display has developed a 12.2-inch (30cm) diagonal high resolution 2D/3D switchable liquid crystal display (LCD).
The 2D/3D switchable LCD uses a variable parallax barrier to display the 3D images and to change the viewing direction of the 3D images. By employing a variable parallax barrier to show 3D images, Japan Display enabled to switch between 2D and 3D display modes and to change the viewing direction of 3D images. Also, to optimize the 3D viewing area, the company synchronized the variable parallax barrier with a head-tracking system.
The 2D/3D switchable LCD display can be used in cart navigation systems, in order to track the driver's head position and produce the appropriate 3D images.
This display is a high resolution, 2D/3D switchable LCD. In 2D-mode, it has a resolution of 720 HD 1920(H) X 720(V) pixels, and in 3D-mode, a resolution of 960(H) X 720(V) pixels.
Japan Display will showcase the device at The Society for Information Display (SID) Display Week 2013 international symposium, held on May 21 to 23, 2013. The company plans to demonstrate the panel showing 3D images and using a head-tracking system.
- Screen size: 30cm diagonal 12.2-inch
- Number of pixels:
2D-mode: 1920 x 720
3D-mode: 960 x 720
- Contrast ratio: 1300:1
3D-mode viewing area: 54 degrees
3D-mode viewing distance: 880mm
- 3D-mode crosstalk: 3.8% (Min)