Back in the end of November, Eizo announced a 23″ LCD Monitor with 3D glassless technology.
The DuraVision FDF2301-3D will sport a Full HD matrix at 1920 x 1080 pixels, using a for the first time a new proprietary technology that allows directional backlight.
The gimmick lies into the directional backlight technology to allow naked eye to benefit from 3D view enabling an image “disparity” to the left & right eye, using a timing-difference technique for the same pixel being displayed.
According to Eizo this solution allows users to see a “real” three-dimensional, high-quality image with excellent depth resolution, without typical 3D eyeglasses.
The unit will sport 2 DVI-D sockets allowing VESA Stereo Sync and
2D/3D mode switching mode
Will the FDF2301-3D make it’s début at CES 2011?